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 second 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
The University of Kansas Hospital built its Cambridge Tower A in order to handle the expected 30 percent increase of overall inpatient
All-hands meetings for large companies can be complicated to orchestrate and pull off successfully. But while these meetings are
In today’s digitally-enabled workplace, employees and teams use a variety of collaboration tools to accomplish a single task.
If you are implementing a proven solution at your organization, and everyone has the best intentions, what are the odds your project
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
Editor's Note: AVI Systems updated this blog post on Jan. 8, 2021, to provide further clarity and insight into the changes to wireless
Continuing talks around the benefits of telehealth, Senior Account Manager Mike Zimmer explains how a focused telehealth program can
Mike Zimmer has been focused on creating technology solutions for the medical industry for the last 26 years.
Editor's note: AVI Systems staff updated this blog post on Jan. 11, 2021, to provide more insight and clarity into improving audio in
If there is anywhere you wanted the newest, smartest technology, it's probably the operating room.
When you’re thinking of a place to go relax and enjoy yourself, the hospital probably doesn’t come to mind. Some of us might default our
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
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
User: “Hey Siri, text John.”Siri: “What do you want to say?”User: “There’s an oil light on in the car.”
Unfortunately, the Vikings just weren’t able to #BringItHome.
Editor's note: This post was updated on Jan. 31, 2018.
Refreshing the technology at your organization can be an immense undertaking—evaluating solutions, juggling budget considerations, and
More than half of tech decision-makers say technology at their organization hinders the adoption of new technologies. But sometimes it’s
Imagine for a moment you walked into a bank and saw the employees using computers you remembered from the 1980s.
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
Keeping patient data secure is of the utmost importance in medical facilities. With that in mind, it’s understandable why doctors would
Once ICL Performance Products decided it was time to expand its Food Specialties Center, the global manufacturer realized it was going
Today’s college students come armed with plenty of personal technology devices, and they expect the technology in their college and
Curium, a radiopharmaceutical company in Missouri, announced in 2016 that it would sell its nuclear imaging business to IBA Molecular
Preparing for a new school year used to mean cleaning the desks and checking the pencil sharpener. But modern institutions of higher
IBM is the latest company to make the news for rolling back options for flexible work schedules and working remotely.
Undergraduate university students who are after a degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are more successful
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