Is Demand for Huddle Rooms Cooling?
By TD Staff · April 7, 2015 •
The huddle room has incorporated technology and turned collaboration into something simple, easy, and innovative. But what does the future look like for these spaces?
Is the Return On Investment Metric Dead?
By TD Staff · April 2, 2015 •
Return on investment has long been the way that tech decision managers justify their purchases. But some think we need to add to the equation.
Chuck Wilson’s 100 Pieces of Advice
By TD Staff · March 31, 2015 •
NSCA Vice President Chuck Wilson gave 100 life lessons for the NSCA's 100th blog post.
Could Unified Collaboration Benefit from Euro-Product Design Approach?
By George Tucker · March 25, 2015 •
It became increasingly clear at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2015 that there's a space to be filled in unified communications on this side of the pond.
Going Paperless — Why Is This The Future?
By Warren Glick · March 3, 2015 •
Though many businesses are still heavily reliant on paper, all signs point to hard-copy, contingent-operational models soon becoming extinct. Here’s why.
First Trip to Integrated Systems Europe: A Rookie’s Perspective
By Jonathan Blackwood · February 16, 2015 •
Integrated Systems Europe at the Amsterdam RAI is an incredible show featuring commercial and residential tech. But you need to go in with a game plan to get the most out of the show.
Video: Jonathan Blackwood Joins TechTalk Podcast
By TD Staff · January 20, 2015 •
TechTalk, an organization for tech managers, asked Corporate TechDecisions' editor Jonathan Blackwood to join them for their latest podcast to talk about the relationship between the integrator and the tech decision maker.
Has the Third Era of IT Begun?
By TD Staff · January 14, 2015 •
The First Era of IT was centralized, the Second Era of IT was individualized, but what will the Third Era look like? Look around. It may already be happening.
Millennials, Collaboration, and Competition: A Case for Videoconferencing in Huddle Rooms
By Jonathan Blackwood · January 12, 2015 •
With the corporate environment changing the way they operate, the way they use technology, and the age of their employees, videoconferencing is becoming a must for huddle rooms.
Interview: Bill Schmidt of AVI-SPL talks Visualization
By Jonathan Blackwood · November 26, 2014 •
We spoke with Bill Schmidt of AVI-SPL about what visualization is and how it can help.
Almo E4 Content Creation for Digital Signage Seminar
By Jonathan Blackwood · October 10, 2014 •
Steve Rosenheim of Almo ProAV spoke about the benefits of Almo's content creation service program, and the benefits of content creation in general.
Marriott Hotels #GetTeleported Event Utilizes Oculus Rift Technology
By Jonathan Blackwood · October 2, 2014 •
The #GetTeleported event utilized Oculus Rift technology along with 4-D elements in order to transport guests and the public to locales such as Hawaii and London.
Using Video Capture Technology to Simplify Video Conferencing and Collaboration
By David Kirk, Vice President of Product Marketing, Epiphan Systems · September 19, 2014 •
Given the ubiquity of tablets, it seems like it should be a no-brainer for all video conferencing and boardroom systems to be tablet-ready for both iPad and Android, but most are not.
4K Ultra High Definition: Future or Fad?
By Jonathan Blackwood · August 4, 2014 •
4K is being lauded as the next revolution in resolution for flat panel display systems. However, 3D was thought to be the same thing a few years ago. Is 4K the next advancement, or another fad that will fade out?
Support Portals Can Help Keep Solutions Running Strong Long After Installation
By Greg Sparrow, RCDD, NTS, ESS, PMP, CTS, Director of Project Management at SIGNET Electronic Systems Inc. · July 11, 2014 •
Even after the learning curve has come full circle, problems with systems can arise. Support portals can help keep solutions running remotely.