How Can You Use Technology To Keep Your Training Sessions More Engaging?
By Hugh McCullen · August 29, 2016 •
Properly training employees starts with making sure that the employee is paying attention. Use technology to ensure your employees are taking in everything they need to know.
10 Questions CIOs Should Ask Before Moving Operations to the Cloud
By Ryan Hunt · August 26, 2016 •
Companies are moving to the cloud, but you need to make sure that you're ready first. Here are some questions to ask before moving your operations.
Slideshow: PCI Compliance Myths and FAQs
By TechDecisions Staff · August 25, 2016 •
There are a lot of questions and myths surrounding Payment Card Industry compliance. Luckily, BluePay has answers.
Big Data Can Lead to Valuable Marketing to Customers
By TechDecisions Staff · August 24, 2016 •
It’s not all about finding and bombarding customers with offers. Big data and analytics can help your company provide valuable content that leads to a sale.
CEO Says AI Will Become a Big Part of B2B Sales
By TechDecisions Staff · August 23, 2016 •
Shelly Kramer, CEO of V3 Broadsuite, says that artificial intelligence will be fueling your sales effort one day.
See How Mesh Networks Make Smart Cities Even Smarter
By Todd Rigby · August 22, 2016 •
Reliable communication networks can make city services more intelligent, including water and power supply.
If You Don’t Recognize this Technology’s Potential Now, You’ll Regret It Later
By Rachel Quetti · August 19, 2016 •
Virtual reality offers more than just entertainment--it's a new potential solution for integrators to offer end-users and could even mean recurring revenue.
Audio is Key at Live Events In This Lower Manhattan Company
By TechDecisions Staff · August 18, 2016 •
Arts Brookfiled deploys Martin Audio MLA for live events at the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place.
How This Video Wall Technology Is Helping to Save Lives
By TechDecisions Staff · August 17, 2016 •
The Bouches-du- Rhône Fire and Rescue Department can now respond to crises quickly and efficiently thanks to its emergency response center's new video wall processing technology from Agelec and Matrox.
HPE is Buying Silicon Graphics for $275 Million, Continuing an Industry Trend
By Jonathan Blackwood · August 16, 2016 •
The acquisition will strengthen HPE’s data analytics and computing operations. A similar move to what other IT companies have done in the past year.
Meeting Room Presentations and Barco’s ClickShare
By TechDecisions Staff · August 15, 2016 •
Ensuring that presentations go off without a hitch can be a hassle, and Barco has statistics to prove it. Luckily, Barco’s ClickShare can help solve your presentations problems.
4 Takeaways from Dr. David Bray’s Interview on Internet of Things
By TechDecisions Staff · August 12, 2016 •
TechBeacon sat down for a Q & A with Dr. David Bray about the Internet of Everything, and he had some great information to share.
Distributing 4K/UHD Signals: What do the Numbers Mean, and Why do They Matter?
By Tim Albright · August 11, 2016 •
A look at why 4:4:4 matters in certain 4K video distribution setups, especially commercial applications, and why it doesn’t matter in other situations.
The 2016 Summer Olympics Are Swimming in Technology
By D. Craig MacCormack · August 10, 2016 •
VR broadcasts, live streaming, wearable technology and an 8K experiment in Japan highlight the innovation in Rio.
Study: How Employee Disengagement is Costing Enterprises Billions
By TechDecisions Staff · August 9, 2016 •
Over three-quarters of IT and facilities and over half of information workers said a modern, digital workspace could help grow revenue and speed time to market.