As a leading A/V integrator in the Carolinas, we have not only a passion for understanding what's hot on the hardware market right now, but a duty to take in that information and help out our clients to provide stellar A/V solutions. For our picks, we set a goal to let you know what not only our design & install, sales, and marketing teams love, but also what ultimately is going to be futureproof, easy to use, and flexible for a variety of use cases.
When you think of the term “conference room”, you probably have an exact idea of what one looks like.
To wire or not to wire? It’s a simple difference that many people might boil down to the preferences of the user.
Although wires make the plug and go easy to do in one step, the wireless could be argued to be just as easy with a simple connection dialog. However, the difference between the two is ultimately fundamental.
It’s a Monday morning and you’ve just shown up to work. You start up up your laptop, answer some emails, and get some coffee brewed and flowing through you. Finally, it’s time to resume that big project you have due later this week.
However, a few minutes in, your co-workers start chatting a few cubicles down. Then another co-worker starts using the printer. You hear the beep of the toaster oven go off. And now you must refocus yourself, to your chagrin.
AV-as-a-service (AVaaS) has gained a lot of notoriety in recent years - and it’s only gaining traction in today’s continuously evolving subscription economy. For a variety of reasons, organizations are opting for the use of and access to the technology and additional equipment they need to operate versus making cash purchases and outright owning it. These solutions offer more flexibility and protection in a constantly changing business climate.
When interacting with prospects and clients, I hear, “Keep this simple for us!” often. This is understandable. Who wants to struggle with a steep learning curve on mission critical equipment when you’re five minutes from a very important meeting?
Those predicting we’d all be back in the office full time by now were probably wrong. Hybrid environments are here to stay, as a new study from HealthEquity, via Forbes, shows employees prefer to work from home at least 3 days a week.