AV-as-a-Service: The Subscription Model Moves to Meeting Rooms
AV-as-a-Service: The Subscription Model Moves To Conference Rooms The technology world has largely moved to subscription-based models, for everything…
With audio visual system budgeting, success lies in the details. Being prepared with the right information can be the difference between a smooth project and frustration, cutting out needed capabilities and missing the mark with functionality.
Modern university educators are embracing the Active Learning Classroom, where students not only learn from their professor, but also discuss topics in student-led groups, practice new skills with their peers, and present discoveries to the class. Integrated technology is a critical component to the Active Learning Classroom.
Conference room scheduling technology is at the intersection of hardware and software. The hardware includes room scheduling panels and hallway signs while the software connects to business calendars and offers room analytics.
You may have heard of audio visual integration, likely from an audio visual integrator when describing what they do. It’s a mainstream term in the industry, but for most audio visual integration is like the word strategy. People have an idea of what it means, but a cohesive definition doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue.
A guest post written by StarLeaf
Have you ever noticed that, when needing to talk to someone, you never hesitate to pick up the phone and call them (text messaging aside)? Additionally, if you need to add others to the call, it’s easy to add a new participant.