Today, enterprise video is more powerful than ever, offering a direct route to greater engagement with customers, partners or employees. Producing broadcast quality video in-house is also easier – and more cost-effective – than non-video professionals may realize, says Chris Waddington, NewTek. With rapid changes in technology and regular updates to the product line, companies are looking for better ways to share important information with their staff and customers around the world.
Video Insight is a powerful, yet easy-to-use video management software that allows organizations in education, law enforcement, healthcare, commercial, and transportation the ability to deploy a customized and robust video surveillance system. With support for over 3,000 camera models, a variety of encoders, virtualization, centralization, and integration with the most popular access control systems, the Video Insight solution provides a wide range of benefits to meet all of your organization’s physical security demands.
Meet Mahalingam Mani, one of Polycom’s six Distinguished Engineers. Mani has had a long career in technology with companies like Polycom and IBM. He is a results-driven, trusted adviser at Polycom, working with partners and customers alike to ensure that the best results are always achieved. Meet Andrew in this special edition of our Meet the Expert blog series.
Panasonic Headquarters, Newark, NJ
January 7, 2016, from 11:00am to 2:00pm
Please join PTS Data Center Solutions, Panasonic, FST Biometrics, and Dell in welcoming the new year by exploring enhanced security technologies for a safer work environment.
Crestron Spain This is the second new office that the company has opened in recent months as Crestron continues to invest in its EMEA operation. The new office will be headed up by Christophe Malsot, Regional Director, Crestron Southern Europe.
There are four areas of consideration which should be top of mind for IT when designing, creating and supporting the workplace of the future. Research consistently shows that the top business objectives for IT center on enabling the workforce through the right tools and solutions. It is through this that IT is adding value to the enterprise; tools let people achieve 100% of their productivity, innovation and creativity potential. This has a large part to play in expanding the capabilities of an organization.
These days, video leads when it comes to effective communication in modern corporations. It’s now far easier to deliver broadcast-quality productions without TV-sized budgets, and anyone with the most basic IT skills can get to grips with today’s production equipment, says Chris Waddington, NewTek. With the equipment and skills in-house, organizations can now realize the full potential of video to better communicate to staff and customers, and quickly see a generous return on investment.
PTS has reached Premier Gold Reseller status with video wall manufacturer Hiperwall . Hiperwall is an innovative video wall and distributed visualization system manufacturer that lets you see the big picture in a brand new way. They ma k e a powerful video wall system that is software versus hardware driven, providing unmatched speed, flexibility and functionality in extremely high resolution.
Technology now allows us access files, work collaboratively on screen and stream data wirelessly. Upgrading your meeting room technology can seem like a costly investment but making meetings more effective can have big payoffs in terms of increased productivity and more efficient group collaborations.
Is your business taking advantage of the tools that it could be using that could save you money in the long run?
With many video facilities just getting used to working with HD resolution, is it time to jump into the world of 4K video? You bet it is, and Gefen’s GTB-HD4K2K-848-BLK Toolbox 4K Ultra HD 8×8 Matrix for HDMI is a good place to start. This matrix switcher can not only connect eight independent video streams with up to eight different displays, but it won’t take up any precious rack space.