Breaking Down the Cloud for Small Business Consumption
By Dan Newman · August 5, 2015 •
Many businesses have already begun to utilize the cloud to much success. Small businesses especially can reap great benefits from utilizing the cloud. Unfortunately, people still have a lot of confusion about how to properly implement the cloud into their practices. It’s in every company’s best interest to gain a full understanding of how the cloud can help.
What is the Internet of Things?
By Jonathan Blackwood · August 3, 2015 •
The Internet of Things has been a buzz word in almost every industry across the spectrum for some years now. The overall sentiment is that we are going to connect everything with everything and gather data on all of the things around the world. This does little to alleviate confusion about what IoT actually is. Read on to find out more about what the IoT will look like and how it will affect our lives and our businesses.
The Internet of Things Visualized
By TechDecisions Staff · July 31, 2015 •
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a subject that has been discussed often, and many of those discussions have been laden with confusion about what IoT actually is. Luckily, Information is Beautiful has created an interactive chart that gives a lot of information about what IoT is and could be.
Showcasing Your Data and Information in Your Work Environment
By Danielle Cerrachio · July 30, 2015 •
Danielle Cerrachio will be presenting at CorpComm Expo 2015. She will lead a presentation entitled 'Transform Your Workspace Environmental Media Installations.' She will teach attendees even more about how to display content over digital signage.
Audio Solution Brings Content and Sound to Pennsylvania Bank
By TD Staff · July 27, 2015 •
When Univest Bank expanded to a new branch in Newtown, Pennsylvania, the called on an electrical contractor and AV Integrator to provide sound. An Ashly Audio system no provides background music and sound from content to the branch.
Technologies for a Millennial Friendly Workspace
By Jonathan Blackwood · July 23, 2015 •
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, millennials have overtaken the majority representation of the workforce in 2015. If companies want to retain and attract this millennial workforce, they need to cater to the types of trends and technologies that millennials are looking for in their work. We speak about different technologies that go hand-in-hand with the statistics of what millennials are looking for.
Prysm Video Wall Helps Sell Space in Millennium Tower Boston
By Jonathan Blackwood · July 20, 2015 •
The Millennium Tower in Boston is a gargantuan project that will literally change the famous city skyline. As construction is underway, sales staff at the Millennium Sales Center utilize a Prysm video wall to show artist renderings, floor plans, and content to prospective residents.
Security Governance Explained by the Experts
By Pierre Bourgeix and Matt Neely · July 15, 2015 •
Security is an often overlooked aspect of a company’s priorities. Of course, every company wants to keep their employees safe and to keep their content secure. However, many companies see these risks as separate from their standard operations, and as such security budgets are often not as large as they need to be. Security Governance offers a new way to look at security in a company, a holistic view that establishes security as an integral part of keeping a business successful. Read on to learn the framework for Security Governance.
One World Observatory Employs Tech To Enhance The View
By TD Staff · July 13, 2015 •
New York’s latest observation deck is now open to the public, with the 100th floor inside the recently opened One World Trade Center boasting all the high-tech features you would expect from a modern high rise.
Implementing Mass Notification in Compliance with NFPA 72
By Jamie Underwood · July 10, 2015 •
As mass notification systems continue to evolve, installers and integrators are finding new and innovative ways to tie different emergency notification technologies into a building’s mass notification system. Due to this integration, fire alarm and signaling code standards have adapted to incorporate these tied-together systems. Technology decision makers need to familiarize themselves with these new qualifications to ensure their system is up to code.
Conference Center Sees Massive Audiovisual Installation
By Jonathan Blackwood · July 6, 2015 •
When The Advisory Board Company build the space for their new conference center, they needed videoconferencing, presentation, and control capabilities. They called on long-time partners Avitecture to install the AV needed for this state-of-the-art space.
Security Sales and Integration Most Valuable Products List
By Jonathan Blackwood · July 1, 2015 •
Security Sales & Integration is proud to introduce the Most Valuable Products (MVP) Awards to the industry. The program honors those products and technologies critical to the success of security integration companies.
7 Video Conferencing Considerations for Your Enterprise’s System
By Jonathan Blackwood · July 1, 2015 •
Videoconferencing is a practice that is quickly becoming a necessity for many enterprises. Tech Decisions gives you seven factors to consider when incorporating a videoconferencing solution for your company.
Is Unreliable Telecommunications Infrastructure Hurting Your Brand?
By Sheldon Smith · June 30, 2015 •
Every aspect of each interaction adds up to the total impression your customers have of your brand. Even facets that people don’t usually consider part of brand identity can have a big impact. Take your telecommunications system, for example.
Often Overlooked, Under Appreciated InfoComm Standards and Innovations Plenary
By Josh Srago · June 26, 2015 •
A missing priority for most InfoComm 2015 attendees is to try to sit in a room with the folks who discuss and create the industry’s standards.