Digital signage is breaking out of its static, ad-only image and becoming a popular medium for company content. It’s inevitable, and it’s coming to an office near you.
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In order to learn more about 4K capabilities, Hofstra University invested in studio upgrades and eight new broadcast cameras by Hitachi.
TechDecisions sat down with Keith Yanke, Senior Director of Product Marketing for NEC Display Solutions, about what attendees can expect from the show.
It’s important your interactive whiteboard helps students achieve learning goals by promoting critical thinking and keeping students engaged in lessons. Here are 6 features that will be helpful to know when purchasing an interactive whiteboard.
When the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority decided to have its council chamber audiovisual system overhauled, there were a number of considerations to take into account. Content sharing through displays, voice amplification through microphones and speakers, and recording of meetings were all pertinent to the missions of the Airport Authority. ITAV Solutions helped the company meet its goal.
In order to unify its digital displays and provide better content on campus, UNH partnered with OrcaTV.
NanoLumens announced the release of NanoLumens Advantage, a payment plan that helps colleges and other organizations pay for digital strategies on a monthly basis.
In order to create better content and work with easy-to-use newscast technology, Ryerson University invested in the Matrox Monarch HD solution.
With numerous videoconferencing technologies available on the market, it’s important your school understands the videoconferencing features that will help enhance students’ learning. View the following slideshow to learn which features are most important when using videoconferencing technology in the classroom.
As an end user we don’t always understand the intricacies behind the systems that we are procuring. And we don’t need to, the reason the integration market exists is for us to be able to install these complex systems without years of training. But it can help to know the basics. We asked George Tucker, CTS, to explain video distribution systems to those that might be purchasing or using them.