Don’t let your digital signs and televisions collect dust in an empty eating area. Instead, repurpose them! In this uncertain time of a pandemic, digital signage could be flexible, changeable, and adaptable from a display standpoint.
Remote work is growing by the day but entirely software-based solutions present various issues that a hardware-based solution can avoid.
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.
Today in the lab we are looking at something a bit different, but something that fits right in with our needs: ATEN 4K KVM over IP Extenders. These remote KVM Over IP Extenders are designed to allow displays or projectors to connect up with computers that are separated by distances greater than what direct-attached cables can support.
Livestreaming is fast-growing online, but creating pro-level livestreaming content has been difficult and expensive until the recent introduction of new devices.
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has been forced into a new reality where we are all on our own private islands. As a result, pastors, educators, and event organizers have been forced to investigate alternate solutions, and livestreaming is among the most rapidly growing answers to the problem.
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.
The best thing integrators can do right now is to expand their revenue – so here’s a guide to what H.O.W. & fast food needs from technology during COVID-19.
New ATEN secure KVM switches achieve NIAP certification and PSS PP v3.0 compliance, while isolating each computer source and security classification.