Command and control room operators need the ability to access and analyze content to make quick and informed decisions.
Many organizations are at a tipping point between having a fully staffed on-premise helpdesk and setting up an AV operation center (AVOC).
The most important thing about live-streaming isn’t video—it’s audio. Varvid CEO and founder Aaron Booker can’t stress this enough.
Review the statistics on how the human brain retains visual images at a rate higher than reading text, and it would be hard not to use video as a medium for communication.
Like many terms in AV/IT these days, the definition of a webcast depends on who you ask. Lines are becoming blurred between a webinar, videoconferencing, lecture capture and a webcast.
Under a non-disclosure agreement, AV Technology magazine was invited for a special demo while at InfoComm17 in Orlando of a product which wouldn’t be publicly announced until June 21, 9:00 a.m., EST.
As an AV/IT director or media manager, you might be wondering why you should be concerned with what’s churning in the minds of the creative team.
During the recent Crestron Masters program in Rye Brook, NY, AV Technology had the opportunity to talk with Nic Milani, executive director, Cloud Solutions at Crestron Electronics.
It wasn’t long ago when digital signage was being sold as a way to reduce printing costs, and to update information in a timely manner.