Category interactive displays

Using Collaboration Tools to Retain Customers

In its most recent contribution to No Jitter, AVI-SPL offers its insight into ways that collaboration solutions can improve the customer experience.

This article establishes the importance of the customer experience, and how companies are doing when it comes to meeting that goal. It then looks at the ways collaboration and related technology connect people quickly with the information they need. Such technology addressed includes:

  • Interactive displays
  • Video conferencing
  • Virtual reality

The post concludes by emphasizing the importance of managed services and their support of seamless, intuitive customer experiences.

Read “Using Collaboration Technology to Retain Customers” >

Higher Education Technologies and Workforce Success

At the AVI-SPL page “Strategies for Improving Student Success When They Join the Workforce,” you’ll learn about the kind of technology solutions that can help prepare students for their careers. You’ll also find links to resources that offer ideas for using display technology in higher education (including ambitious deployments led by AVI-SPL). Other topics at this page include:

  • Why public-private partnerships work
  • How to prepare students for tomorrow’s workforce
  • Ways to close the soft-skills gap (companies expect employees to have skills like resiliency and the ability to work in teams).

Visit “Strategies for Improving Student Success When They Join the Workforce” >

Webinar Recording: Sharp Interactive Displays

During this webinar, led by Saundra Merollo, Sharp senior sales engineer, you’ll learn about Sharp’s pro AV focus on issues of importance to organizations:

  • Internet of Things
  • Immersive technology
  • Smart connected cities
  • Digital signage
  • Human interface devices

Saundra also addresses the benefits of the latest line of the Aquos Board interactive display system and its features:

  • Sharp collaboration software for mirroring devices regardless of the operating system
  • One-to-many content sharing
  • Capacitive touch technology
  • Advantages of HDBaseT

Get the recording for “Interactive Displays: Applications, Trends, and Best Practices” >

Webinar Recording: Vaddio USB Conferencing and Epson BrightLink Pro

The webinar recording for “Software-Based Clients in UC Meeting Rooms” and “Your Whiteboard Reinvented” is available at the AVI-SPL website.

Darrin Thurston of Vaddio explains critical AV design elements in deploying software-based UC clients in meeting spaces ranging from huddle spaces to classrooms. This includes an overview of key considerations:

  • Design for UC soft clients (like Skype for Business and WebEx)
  • Choosing video and audio devices in the meeting room
  • Audio processing
  • Bandwidth availability and guidelines for supporting HD video
  • Room controls
  • Room design elements (including camera placement and shot selection, lighting conditions, and acoustics)

Michelle Rydell of Epson focuses on BrightLink Pro, which helps users annotate, capture, and share ideas in real time. You’ll learn about the advantages of the BrightLink in corporate settings:

  • Full-HD interactive display up to 100” – An extended whiteboard where BrightLink Pro projectors are placed side by side to achieve a large interactive area
  • Designed to enhance productivity – Bring your own device, connect a PC or video conference device, collaborate locally or with remote participants

Download the recording for “Software-Based Clients in UC Meeting Rooms” and “Your Whiteboard Reinvented” >

Webinar Recording: Enterprise Collaboration With SMART Technologies and HARMAN Professional

Presenters from HARMAN Professional and SMART Technologies team up for this look at solutions designed for today’s workplace meeting spaces. In the HARMAN session, Paul Krizan covers the AMX Acendo meeting-space solutions, including:

  • Acendo Vibe (compact solution for presenting and sharing audio and video)
  • Acendo Core (an intuitive one-click interface for users to easily start their meetings with Skype for Business integration)
  • Acendo Book (schedule a room through a booking panel that connects to Office 365)
  • Trends in huddle spaces (including technology expectations)
  • How Millennials and real estate costs are affecting the workplace

Stephen Yao of SMART Technologies looks at its interactive displays for the enterprise, including the 2000, 6000, and 7000 Pro series. For each of these models, Stephen covers:

  • Where these solutions are best used
  • HyPr technology (for smooth, precision writing)
  • Ability to preview different inputs
  • Exclusive iQ technology
  • The number of licenses included with these solutions (and their value)

Paul and Stephen also answer many technical questions from the live attendees.

Download “Enterprise Collaboration With HARMAN and SMART Technologies” >