Senior leadership at companies across the world worry about the impact the pandemic has had on productivity.
The million-dollar question on everybody’s mind is, “when will we return to the office?”
When the pandemic took hold of the economy, many people felt left in the dark by their organizations. What were they to do? Work from
Nearly every state in America is reopening following the pandemic and, by some estimates, almost 40 percent of remote workers eagerly
Zoom, Microsoft and Cisco have been making headlines in the past few months because of their collective endeavor to solve a complex
Cold temperatures and snow aren't enough to keep Bison fans away from cheering on their team. North Dakota State University's football
Walking into the exhibition hall at InfoComm is sensory overload. Anything you can imagine related to AV is in front of you, along with
Exotic animals flash on a large 4K video wall before cross fading to a cityscape with long streaking lights left behind by traffic far
Technology moves too fast sometimes. The rate of change leaves some businesses and organizations scrambling, while others simply lag too
The University of Kansas Hospital built its Cambridge Tower A in order to handle the expected 30 percent increase of overall inpatient
People out and about during their day may drive or walk by many digital signs. If they pass by the same image week after week and the
All-hands meetings for large companies can be complicated to orchestrate and pull off successfully. But while these meetings are
The National Systems Contractors Association raised $17,500 on Monday, June 25, for its IGNITE program during the Midwest Outing of the
In today’s digitally-enabled workplace, employees and teams use a variety of collaboration tools to accomplish a single task.
The last thing you want to happen during a well-prepared presentation or an online appointment with a patient is to fumble with video
By now you've likely recovered from InfoComm 2018.
Everyone probably has a memory of being dragged to a museum as a kid. Walking around in silence, staring at static displays and
If you are implementing a proven solution at your organization, and everyone has the best intentions, what are the odds your project
Ask a Baby Boomer currently working in an office setting whether they are working in a high-tech, futuristic environment and they will
Companies are using teched out offices for everything from boosting productivity to attracting talent and engaging workers. Visual
When Mike Zimmer got into work one Monday morning, he wasn’t expecting the call that brought news of an almost tragic event that was
Walking into Target Field downtown Minneapolis on Wednesday, April 25, you were greeted by dozens of vendors who spent the evening
Modern technologies can be thrilling. From robotics and drones to artificial intelligence and virtual reality, the stuff of yesterday’s
You might not be in the audio industry, but every industry uses audio solutions and that means upcoming FCC changes to the bandwidth
Continuing talks around the benefits of telehealth, Senior Account Manager Mike Zimmer explains how a focused telehealth program can
Technology is always evolving from video walls to remote collaboration to interactive screens, but one thing is and will remain the
No matter the industry you are in, the size of your company, the location of your employees or the type of conference room you use,
Mike Zimmer has been focused on creating technology solutions for the medical industry for the last 26 years.
Hearing can be the portal to learning. But a number of factors can interfere with a student’s ability to listen and hear well, even if
The world of health care never stops. Hospitals are open 24/7. Many situations are urgent and the outcomes are critical to the lives of
Buildings are not just smart these days.
If there is anywhere you wanted the newest, smartest technology, it's probably the operating room.