Filed in A/V Products

Mobile and Fixed Interactive Whiteboards Help Bolster Collaboration
When BBK Worldwide moved to a new corporate headquarters in MA, they needed updated technology to help with collaboartion. SIGNET outfitted the company with Sharp AQUOS BOARDs to meet their needs.

11 Audio Solutions for Your Presentation Areas
Between presentation areas, conference rooms, boardrooms, and videoconferencing suites, audio solutions are a huge part of every tech decision makers day. Tech Decisions breaks down what you need to consider when purchasing audio solutions.

Corporate A/V Company Adds Yamaha QL1 For Fortune 100 Clients
Sardis Media recently purchases a Yamaha QL1 for their mobile presentations. The small, portable system brings high quality along with mobility.

Collaboration Stations: Solutions for Working Together
Technology is making it easier and more effective for employees to collaborate both in the workplace and remotely. Tech Decisions gives you ten solutions to consider when outfitting your office with technology to help your teams collaborate effectively.

InfoComm 2014: 10 Solutions to Increase Efficiency
InfoComm 2014 featured a number of solutions aimed at making things easier for companies to operate. In the audio, visual, and connectivity fields, Corporate Tech Decisions breaks down ten solutions from InfoComm 2014 that will help you increase your company's efficiency.

InfoComm 2014: 9 Videoconferencing Solutions from the Showroom Floor
Corporate Tech Decisions saw a large number of videoconferencing solutions at InfoComm 2014. From videoconferencing suites to mobile videoconferencing to cloud-based services, videoconferencing was showcased all over the showroom floor. Tech Decisions gives you nine of our favorite solutions.

NYC Advertising Firm Integrates Giant Video Display System in New Corporate Office
When Havas needed a system to display presentations for bus advertisements, Verrex helped them to install a tri-screen projection system in main presentation room.

Kramer Electronics Announces Strategic Investment in WOW Vision
Kramer Electronics acquired 50% of WOW Vision, merging the BYOD, collaboration, and wireless applications of the companies.

Opticomm-EMCORE Announces the New Genesis XD
Opticomm-EMCORE announces the release of the new Genesis XD device to be displayed at InfoComm 2014.

16 Video Conferencing Solutions at InfoComm 2014
InfoComm 2014 will show off a scattering of new videoconferencing technology solutions. Check out our slideshow before you see them in person.

VMP Expands Building Information Modeling Platform with New Rack Enclosure Offerings
Building information modeling allows integrators to plan in new '5D' modeling system, expanding on width, height, and depth with time and cost variables. VMP has expanded their BIM platform to include new rack enclosures.

AV Racks 101: The Backbone of AV and IT Infrastructure
Racks, enclosures, housings, whatever you call them they are the essential infrastructure component for any installation. They spend their lives behind doors labeled authorized personnel only and danger high voltage. Or, they remain anonymous behind an unmarked steel door in a dark corner of the basement. They stand side by side, often row after endless row, holding together the electronic components that make our systems function. Without them, there would be no way to organize hardware, coordinate cabling, structure the signal flow of systems or perform a myriad of other often forgotten, but critical tasks. Racks also provide security, cooling, safety and increase serviceability.

RF Venue Presents RF Optix for Fiber Based Venues
Wireless audio manufacturer RF Venue has released the RF Optix RF to fiber optic conversion system, a new tool for mainstream wireless microphone users that enhances antenna distribution and wireless audio design.

NAMM Show Shows Its Worth For A/V Across Multiple Verticals
The Winter NAMM expo steps up to show case the latest in audio equipment. It presents everything from sound systems, to tablets, using your iPad as a tool.

2014 TechDecisions Guide to Cloud Monitors and Zero Client Products
Cloud monitors, also known as “zero clients,” are being sold by LG, Samsung and ViewSonic. These monitors are even more lightweight in terms of resources than “thin clients” like tablets and netbooks, let alone full-scale PCs. Zero-client cloud displays instead simply provide a rich user interface and forward key clicks and mouse clicks to super-intelligent “cloud-based” servers. Unlike the days of mainframes, the intelligence now resides in the network and its attached servers, and the displays simply tap into that intelligence.




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