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Monster ‘X’ Display Video Wall Built With Speed and Precision
When Monster.com decided to build a video wall in the atrium off the lobby in their new headquarters. The problem was that they had a five week deadline to show the system off to their Board of Directors.

How to Choose the Right Conference Room Display for Your Business


Compatibility is Critical: A Look at IP Camera-to-VMS Integration
Whether deploying entirely new IP-based systems, expanding existing systems with new IP cameras, or upgrading the VMS software to obtain new functionality, the compatibility between the IP camera and the VMS has become a critical component.

Thought Leadership: Display in Corporate Lobbies
Installing a display system in your corporate lobby allow visitors to learn about your company, your products, and your mission. They're a way to brag without having to pitch your successes.

FBI Wall of Honor Celebrates Fallen Heroes
A three-year-long project that started as a way to better memorialize FBI agents killed in the line of duty has resulted in more than 70 interactive kiosks at field offices around the U.S. dubbed the Wall of Honor.

Video Walls: Eight Features to Consider Before Installation
Whether it be in the lobby, in presentation rooms, or in videoconferencing suites and huddle rooms, video walls are a great solution to many problems. The trick is choosing the correct video wall for your enterprise's purposes.

Mass Notification Systems Help Improve Business Practices
Mass notification systems were primarily installed as a way to inform in the case of an emergency. However, with advancements in technology, these systems have taken on a broader scope in functionality.

Brian Krebs Gives Interview On Credit Card Hackers and Sellers
Companies need to beware of possible security breaches. Hackers are able to steal critical information that could destroy an enterprise's reputation. Brian Krebs spoke to NPR about these dangers.

4K Ultra High Definition: Future or Fad?
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?

How to Present Yourself Correctly on a Video Call
Often when participating in video conferencing calls we forget to adhere to the same codes of conduct that we do in face to face interviews and meetings. Here are some tips to ensure you come off professionally when video conferencing.

Virtual Floor Plan Aids Connectivity in Corporate Boardroom
When Casaplex outfitted Econometrica's boardroom with remote connectivity, they created a virtual floor plan that allows users to connect to devices with the touch of a screen.

Law Firms Utilize Videoconferencing by Choosing the Correct Security Measures
Brian Loncar has built his firm all throughout Texas by utilizing videoconferencing for face-to-face meetings. The reason he was able to do so was to make sure these meetings were secure.

CableCover Improves Conference Room Cable Management
Extron recently introduced CableCover, a fitted bag that mounts below Extron enclosures in order to improve management of audiovisual cabling.

The Cloud: Public, Private, or Both?
There are several configurations for setting up a cloud system for your company's needs. Which system suits your needs best? Learn about each in our feature.

CEA Updates Characteristics for Ultra High-Definition Displays
The Consumer Electronics Association has updated their voluntary UHD characteristics to better define ultra high-definition display.




Our deep dive explains the inner workings of digital video distribution, explaining the often confusing aspects of what goes into the system.