In our second installment of AV Trends and Insights, we addressed the popularity of public-private partnerships in the higher education
Cold temperatures and snow aren't enough to keep Bison fans away from cheering on their team. North Dakota State University's football
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
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
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
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,
Unfortunately, the Vikings just weren’t able to #BringItHome.
Audiovisual (AV) technologies always have a bright and shiny appeal, but the newest displays and digital signage are literally as bright
Editor's note: This post was updated on Jan. 31, 2018.
While your next townhall or executive broadcast might not garner ratings like that of Game of Thrones, the technology behind your
Refreshing the technology at your organization can be an immense undertaking—evaluating solutions, juggling budget considerations, and
Walking on DSU’s campus on Thursday, Aug. 24, you’d see the type of energy from fans that only comes with the first game of the season.
More than half of tech decision-makers say technology at their organization hinders the adoption of new technologies. But sometimes it’s
Midco Sports Network has been taking every step to increase coverage of high school and collegiate sports in North Dakota, South Dakota
There are plenty of ways to waste time at work: long lunches, internet surfing, office gossip, and more. But some workplace time-sucks
There are plenty of common nightmares about the workplace. Ever have the one where you show up to work one day only to discover you have
When making technology investments, a lot can be riding on your decision: productivity levels, employee satisfaction, and — like it or
Speaking of quality, what is it? Joseph Juran defines quality as “fitness for intended use.”
What if you threw a party and nobody came? That’s a nearly universal fear. Some outgrow it, but for others, there’s a workplace
Curium, a radiopharmaceutical company in Missouri, announced in 2016 that it would sell its nuclear imaging business to IBA Molecular
The 4 Bears Casino and Lodge Event Center debuted its newly renovated $47 million venue with a performance by singer-songwriter Toby
IBM is the latest company to make the news for rolling back options for flexible work schedules and working remotely.
Why do some companies grow for decades or more, while others phase out slowly as fast-moving startups take the reins? It may be a matter
When you hear the term acoustics, perhaps your favorite music venue or movie theater comes to mind. But acoustics are important in other
On day one, lamp projectors show sharp pictures, with bright, accurate colors. But, on day 1,001, the same results are unlikely, said
Starting or operating a business costs money no matter how you look at it. You need to hire people, and you might need to invest in