Technology’s ability to deliver an increasingly flexible and remote workforce provides freedom, but can also create an “always on” mental burden.
Jabra PanaCast is engineered to be the world’s first 180° Panoramic-4K plug-and-play video solution, designed to bring huddle rooms to life with high-definition video, bringing remote meeting participants and huddle room meeting attendees closer together.
Work habits have changed, and AV solutions allow team members to contribute no matter where they are located. And this shift is fueling a dramatic increase in demand for collaboration tools to bridge the distances.
The DTEN Interactive Touch screen runs Zoom Rooms out of the box. No additional hardware required.
Crestron were given the challenge of providing a tailored technology solution for Conrad Gargett, an Australian multi-disciplinary design practice – where team collaboration was key.
Australian investment company Wingate continued to expand their business, with this came the opportunity to improve their office productivity and streamline communication within the company.
avt announced it has signed its first global agreement with TechnologyOne, one Australia’s largest enterprise software as a service company, to scale its AV capabilities for its corporate offices and customer events.
UCC has become a valuable tool for enterprise, fusing the best elements of conference calls such as text, audio, video and virtual whiteboards into one interface. Because of the power of UCC, businesses are flocking to the technology with recent reports revealing that demand has risen by 71 per cent over the last 12 months.
2018 was an eventful year in the AV and collaboration industries. We saw a number of mergers and acquisitions, rebrands, new players and an avalanche of new products. So what does 2019 have in store for us? We may not have a crystal ball, but below are a handful of predictions for the AV industry in 2019.
As humans, we are inclined to be creative in nature and progressive in thought, and let’s be honest, we’ve done a pretty good job at it over the millennia. But voice technology is only just beginning to scratch the surface. So what can we expect the future to look like when it’s an everyday feature