The world is going increasingly digital so optimizing data center uptime and resilience is critical. Learn how a PDU can help you to do that and more.
With Virtual Media, remotely managing servers is easier and more efficient than ever. In this article we'll look at what virtual media is and how it can help IT admins with smoother, more efficient workflows.
Need to access your ATEN KVM over IP Switch remotely? This article takes a look at how to monitor port status using WinClient and JavaClient APs and applets, WebClient, and PadClient from anywhere over the Internet.
The eSports world continues to grow leaps and bounds so stay ahead of the eSports broadcasting, and even production, curve with these three innovative solutions.
Podcasting is more popular than ever before but there are still barriers to entry. In this article we'll look at how the right audio mixer can easily help even beginners make professional podcasts with the power of AI and in one portable device.
In-person meetings are still relevant, and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution for meeting room collaboration. Find out how to pick the right solution based on your meeting room size and needs.
Hybrid working models, and hot desking, are here to stay so put the right tools in place to let employees get the most out of the future of work.
Remote work often relies purely on software solutions but doing so opens up individuals and organizations to security risks, however certain hardware solutions can close the security gap.
Fast, reliable communication with remote servers in maritime applications is now more important than ever. Learn how ATEN solutions can help to ensure your FPSO operations have secure remote access to servers with room for expandability.
Secure server rooms are becoming more common on maritime vessels, so there’s now greater need for control and management of onboard data. In this article we’ll take a look at how ATEN can help ETOs and captains achieve that.
As healthcare institutions transition to a digital future, cybersecurity becomes more important. A KVM switch can help to safeguard patient data in the physical space as well as optimize management of multiple computers or servers.
Healthcare continues to go digital and incorporate video conferencing, including huddle spaces that offer a variety of benefits to practitioners and patients.
Livestreaming is fast-growing online, but creating pro-level livestreaming content has been difficult and expensive until the recent introduction of new devices.
Fiber optic cables are designed for long-distance, high-performance AV transmission, data networking, and telecommunications. Fiber is the transmission medium of choice for backbone providers in most of the developed world. Here we take a look at the main reasons why.
If you own a business - I pose you a question: Would your executive team be happy to discuss a merger in a meeting room equipped with smart speakers and cameras? Would you feel secure to discuss confidential information openly?
You can't make onsite support calls or run user training sessions in the middle of the ocean, so reliability and simplicity are essential when it comes to designing innovative multimedia solutions for the open water.
How ultra short depth, dual rail design, and second console functionality can maximize productivity in server rooms as well as in limited spaces
Increasing numbers of installers and integrators are recognizing the benefits of HDBaseT technology in commercial AV Meets IT settings that require KVM extenders, especially in terms of distance and USB extension, so we take a look at what makes the technology the right choice for extending KVM signals
DisplayPort MST can be found on some of the latest desktop KVM switches, and while it is firmly established that multiple-monitor setups at desktop workstations can increase productivity and provide a better user experience, what exactly is DisplayPort MST, and does your desktop KVM switch really need it?
This device improves productivity, saves space, and money by allowing you to use multiple computers with one set of keyboard, monitor, and mouse.
The ‘future’ of meeting room and classroom technology is always around the corner as users demand faster and higher quality video and audio with support for various devices and connectors. Make sure you keep up instead of getting left behind.
It wasn't so long ago that the video display industry was buzzing about the high clarity visual experience of 4K resolutions being rolled out everywhere, while even further excitement was mounting about an 8K future. But these days, the hottest trend in the TV world is that True 4K itself is getting an upgrade in terms of contrast and color depth with the increasing popularity of High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology. But what is HDR, and why should you be getting ready for it?
KVM switches have been typically utilized in environments such as data centers to monitor and control multiple computers or servers from a single keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Traditional KVMs allowed operators to view one port at a time on their screen, with the option of using a menu tree to keep track of all the ports connected to that KVM...
Today's server rooms and datacenters rely on top of the line over IP and LCD console KVMs to run effectively. But what can IT maintenance engineers do if a malfunctioning server is not connected to KVM? A lack of connectivity can lead to a series of frustrations...
It's a common enough scenario: an IT administrator for a financial services firm in Singapore urgently needs to upload a software upgrade to a server located in the company’s Seattle headquarters. In this kind of situation, the admin would generally need to contact a colleague in Seattle, send them the file over the internet...
Professional workstations have included DisplayPort ports for quite some time, the interface’s prominence growing in tandem with the ever-increasing demand for multiple-monitor setups - according to a Jon Peddie Research study, multi-display systems can result in a 42 percent increase in productivity...