In the first part of this feature we detailed how shifting office demographics and advances in technology have brought about the digital transformation.
We conclude this look at digital workplaces by discussing how smaller businesses may have the edge over larger competitors when it comes to adoption, but barriers to broader implementation remain.
Everyone in businesses and organisations around the world seems to be talking about digital transformation and the digital workplace.
At InfoComm this year, AdMobilize launched an audience and crowd analytics platform to the commercial AV market. Following this, co-found [...]
Electrosonic has completed a project at the Museum of the American Revolution, which recently opened in Philadelphia. The integrator was charged with [...]
The users of this corporate gym can never complain about a lack of diverting entertainment – they can select and control a plethora of audio and [...]
The hospitality sector is starting to place greater emphasis on customer engagement - in much the same way that retail has shifted over the last f [...]
Following our look at some of the 150
InfoComm 2017 will feature over 1,000 exhibitors, over 46,000sqm of exhibit space and 24 audio demo rooms, and will host an expected 40,000 attendees [...]
The UK's workforce is less digitally savvy than other countries', according to new research from Barco; we talk to a ClickShare expert to find ou [...]
PC-based or USB-based videoconferencing has grown steadily from a very low base a couple of years ago, and is predicted to outstrip traditional videoconferencing technology by 2020.
The latest exhibition from the Victoria & Albert Museum with a musical theme has audio from Sennheiser, strong visuals and an immersive finale [...]
An event telling the history of Siena used projection mapping on to a 13th century Tuscan cathedral and a commentary in four languages, reports
Having previously revealed the upturn towards clo [...]
Cloud-hosted services have boomed in the IT application sector. But to what extent has this trend been replicated in the AV industry, and how does [...]
From humble beginnings at Pinewood Studios, the annual NEC Solutions Showcase has become a slick operation that sees NEC and its partner descend on a [...]
One of the world’s largest and most acoustically advanced concert venues, part of a multifunctional landmark building, was officially inaugurated in [...]
In the first half of this feature we revealed how the
The high pressure and varied nature of control room environments attracts only the highest-spec AV equipment. And while the focal point has tradit [...]
In the 17 years it’s been open, this popular arena has attracted nine million visitors and counting; however, the legacy equipment had become a [...]
Having previously looked at the closer ties between [...]