The Art of Intelligent Leadership
While it hasn’t made it to Webster’s Dictionary yet, resimercial has become a popular term among #AVTweeps.
What if the industry standard when designing the classroom environment and its related technology was to enhance the user experience, to be more intuitive and easier to adapt to changes in pedagogy or space, and more manageable, with less hardware and computer code writing for integrated control systems?
Some people believe the Internet of Things (IoT) is new. While it may be a new concept to the audiovisual industry, this phenomenon began in 1993 when students at the National Center for Supercomputer Applications unleashed the first web browser interface.
What to expect from Llanor Alleyne, Digital Signage Magazine's new content director.
Hospitality should be a part of everything we do in the AV world because it translates to finding a solution for our customers. In this sense, understanding the art of hospitality is key to success in the audiovisual industry.
To enhance the process and create a better end-user experience, today’s enterprise should include the role of chief solutions architect. When you can deliver an enterprise-wide message, you will be better equipped to become part of a pervasive AV experience—and an integral part of the enterprise strategy.
Experiences are based on opinions and feelings—not facts. How do you create a positive experience without living in someone else’s head?
It’s refreshing when I hear positive attitudes about millennials (Gen Y) and the next generation (Gen Z) in the workforce.
Why does the tech industry continue to struggle in terms of diversity?
It was two hours but it seemed like two minutes. During a recent trip the Bay Area, I played in a virtual reality arcade. Wearing an Oculus Rift, I flew across South America in Google Earth.
We're in the business of managing expectations. More often than not, clients expect perfection.