As organizations look at redesigning their office space to support today’s hybrid work model, they should consider audio/visual requirements from the outset. The configuration of rooms and the choice of materials have a big impact on the A/V user experience.
The past year brought a new set of challenges to businesses, including supply chain disruptions, increased operational complexity and rising costs. Many executives are looking for innovative ways to grow their business, increase profitability and gain competitive advantages. Global expansion
In our last post, we discussed five things that organizations should consider before bringing employees back into the office. While pandemic-related restrictions forced organizations to move quickly to work-from-home models, the return to work doesn’t need to be rushed. Organizations
We’ve been talking about some of the networking issues that can impact A/V systems. First, we took a look at some of the issues that can arise when A/V requirements aren’t considered while designing the network. Next, we explained the importance
In our last post, we explained why A/V requirements should be considered when designing the network infrastructure. A/V has become mission-critical but many networks lack the bandwidth and Quality of Service (QoS) capabilities needed for an optimal user experience. In
Video conferencing, digital signage and other A/V components are an increasingly critical part of the IT environment. These components must connect to the data network for content distribution and control. However, few organizations consider A/V when designing the network infrastructure,