As more businesses rely on Microsoft Teams Rooms for seamless communication and collaboration, IT administrators, managers, and directors
Editor’s note: This blog post was written in collaboration with the Artificial Intelligence tool ChatGPT by OpenAI. For decades, most
It’s been more than two years since the pandemic disrupted how organizations of every size work and stay connected. Most companies adopted
As small- and medium-sized business owners know, it’s not always possible to access the same technology resources and tools that Fortune
In the first installment of this three-part blog series, I referenced the foundations of innovation and regional entrepreneurialism that
If we've learned anything during the pandemic, it's this: Work isn’t a place. It’s what we do. And this sentiment remains true even as more
Smart buildings in science fiction are so smart they can predict your every need. They develop personalities of their own; they can turn
The hybrid workplace has become a daily news headline and a near-constant topic of conversation across organizations small and large. As a
2 ways to enhance the remote worker experience For a few weeks, it almost felt like things were returning to normal. Then came the Delta
One of the biggest lessons the pandemic taught companies worldwide is that with just a meeting invite and a click-to-join solution, you’re
Even before COVID-19 hit, there was a shift toward tech-enabled collaboration. Companies that made an investment pre-pandemic were ahead of
Editor's note: AVI Systems staff updated this blog post on Jan. 11, 2021, to provide more insight and clarity into improving audio in the
When IT leaders think about enterprise software designed to help employees get work done, the checklist probably doesn’t include the
Senior leadership at companies across the world worry about the impact the pandemic has had on productivity.
An in-person meeting sounds like the perfect place to transmit COVID-19 — unless you take the necessary precautions to adapt your
Lately it seems every business story is about returning to work. It’s important to remember that during the pandemic, most essential
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 home,
IT departments work diligently to research, vet and roll out video conferencing software that meets their high standards of security and
Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Bose Professional for its sponsorship of this five-part blog series on audiovisual trends in the higher
Editor’s Note: This is the fourth of a five-part blog series sponsored by Bose Professional.
Throughout his career, Brad Sousa, CTO at AVI Systems, has been finding the best ways to implement new AV technologies to enhance how
As a CTO, the result I see too often is a system that meets the specifications but does nothing to create pervasive change in the
The University of Kansas Hospital built its Cambridge Tower A in order to handle the expected 30 percent increase of overall inpatient
In today’s digitally-enabled workplace, employees and teams use a variety of collaboration tools to accomplish a single task.
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
Continuing talks around the benefits of telehealth, Senior Account Manager Mike Zimmer explains how a focused telehealth program can impact
Mike Zimmer has been focused on creating technology solutions for the medical industry for the last 26 years.
If there is anywhere you wanted the newest, smartest technology, it's probably the operating room.
For a patient, a room in a health-care facility is more than four walls, a bed and some equipment.
There’s no place like home to get work done when you can’t or don’t need to make it into the office. Unless it’s a hotel, the beach, or
IT and audiovisual technologies are getting “cloudier” each year, and 2018 is no exception. The cloud services outlook is sunny and bright
You may have heard a while ago that virtual reality (VR) is the next big thing. Wondering when you’re going to be assigned a bulky headset
While your next townhall or executive broadcast might not garner ratings like that of Game of Thrones, the technology behind your
Rising health care costs are making headlines, but the challenges are complex. One way that some health care facilities are reducing costs
Keeping patient data secure is of the utmost importance in medical facilities. With that in mind, it’s understandable why doctors would
Today’s college students come armed with plenty of personal technology devices, and they expect the technology in their college and
Not all meeting rooms were originally designed to be meeting rooms. Many “acoustically challenging” workspaces are used for conversing and
Undergraduate university students who are after a degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are more successful in
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 of
There are many factors that impact how productive employees are, but recent research shows that user-friendly office design has one of the
Editor's note: This post was updated on March 19, 2020, to include updated information about the platforms mentioned in this article.
Countries and companies have been experimenting with the idea of shortening their workweeks recently. They want to improve the quality of
Your hospital may not yet be staffed with holographic doctors and medical tricorders, but it should be preparing for the millions of
If you’ve ever allotted extra time to set up a meeting or figure out the room’s equipment, you know how much time that can waste. If your
The medical field is so high tech right now that keeping up with all the health care trends and technology solutions has become exhausting.
Hospitals and other health care facilities are busy building video consulting rooms so they can expand their services to more patients,
Meetings can be challenging enough without running into technical errors with your conference room technology. You should only worry about
Control and command centers should always have the best technology. However, when their purpose is to monitor and manage public safety,