As hybrid work becomes a reality for individuals and organizations, there are certain devices that they can invest in to elevate their work. Doing so can help bridge the gap between new and old working arrangements to create better, more productive hybrid workplaces.
In an ever-changing world, government organizations must necessarily be adaptive. But in a world that is radically transforming due to COVID-19, this has now become an imperative. Here are three technology trends that can be adopted to ensure a smooth digital transformation.
USB-C is taking over, from mobile devices to laptops, because of its ability to transfer data, audio/video, and power, and at much faster speeds. Here are four scenarios in which the power of USB-C can take your work and leisure time to the next level.
Software-based remote work and meeting solutions have gained steam like never before, but they're also more vulnerable to data breaches, malware, and other malicious attacks. However, hardware-based solutions can get around these issues to provide a more secure, stable workflow.
Fiber optic cables are designed for long-distance, high-performance AV transmission, data networking, and telecommunications. Driven by a growing demand for FTTx, 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.
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...
Livestreaming is growing in popularity by the day for productivity, gaming, religious services and more, but until now various barriers to entry were keeping many from creating pro-level livestreams.
LCD Consoles and LCD KVM switches are built to save space: instead of using a separate console for every server, a TFT-LCD console/switch can consolidate the function of various consoles into one rackmountable device. However, not all LCD consoles/switches are made equally. As a result, choosing the right LCD KVM switch/console for the server room is one of the biggest challenges facing IT departments today. This is where the ATEN line of LCD KVMs comes in.
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...
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...
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.
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?
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