We wish you all a safe and happy festive period – Thank you to our team for all their efforts during a very busy year, and thanks to our valued clients for a great 2016! As of today, 22 Dec, our office is closed for a well deserved break, resuming normal operations on Monday, January 9. We do have technicians on-call for urgent & major technical issues on the following days
Apps and touchscreens: Whilst the functional result (in terms of control) might be similar in many cases, there are plenty of differences otherwise: The most obvious distinguishing aspect being that touchscreens mount to / near the structure under their sphere of influence, whereas Apps can be installed to / on / in any smart device. There are some other differences also, have a look right here at what ElectronicHouse magazine has to
Modern Collaboration Technology is not just my personal favourite technology……… Once more I’m spreading the word about what’s happening with communications in the commercial space. Elsewhere on this site I’ve drawn from my linguistic training and expounded at great length on how being able to see the person you’re communicating with greatly enhances the communication and aids significantly in information transfer and the transfer of social cues. We’ve also accessed
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My current obsession with videoconferencing results from exposure to two factors: In total I’ve spent literally more than a week sat around at Changi airport; on the way to and from PRC for work missions: Not getting any real work done, not making money: Because the cheapest flights were the ones’ that stopped over at Changi. It wasn’t my choice, but then it wasn’t my money either so I can’t
Introduction: Body language is important: Drawing from Linguistics and the Neurosciences this article explains how important it is to the commercial function for body language to be visible during business communications. The more important the meeting, the more important it is for involved parties to see each other. What makes us Human, and what makes an organisation tick?: The human ability to communicate abstract concepts is what separates us from
Introduction: Body language is important: Drawing from Linguistics and the Neurosciences this article will explain how important it is to the commercial function for body language to be visible during business communications. Especially during critical interactions! The more important the meeting, the more important it is for involved parties to see each other. We’ll explain why face-to-face communication is so much more effective than otherwise in promoting the following communicative
WLAN stands for ‘Wireless Local Area Network’. The general definition of which is ‘a wireless computer network that links two of more devices using a wireless communication medium’. Often this is a wireless method (no surprises there) of transmitting data downstream of the ethernet cable in your wall, to the IO devices via which to interface with said data. For example, a computer, or streaming music output. The simplest, and
Why computer playback? Have you found yourself recently purchasing much of your music online in downloadable formats instead of CD or vinyl? Why is this happening? If ones’ listening room front end is a turntable, then ones’ listening options are limited by the vinyl catalogue available. Such is increasingly becoming the case with CD also, as many releases are now occurring only in downloadable format, with no physical media available anywhere.
Structured cabling is very important.
Wireless automation is a concept gathering plenty of momentum on the scene; wireless automation components are proliferating in DIY stores globally and we see a lot of start-ups promoting wireless lifestyle devises. Were one to believe much of the marketing material circulating right now, one could be forgiven for thinking The World has changed, we have crossed The Rubicon: entering an age where cables are redundant. Whilst this is true
Product training When we specify a package for our clients, our focus is the benefits the client will derive from that package: ‘What will it do that expedites their preferred commercial outcomes?’ if you will. Whilst adhering wherever possible to the axiom ‘K.I.S.S.: Keep It Simple Stupid’ the sheer volume of functional capacity built into most components means solutions we build for clients tend to be feature rich: Hardly surprising
Information Display Screens. The pitch: Interactive Information Display Screens on the shop floor can boost sales by providing pre-sale education to prospects when the sales team are busy dealing with other customers. If you want to get imaginative about how your customers might interface with your brand and products on site, you can install an interactive display panel to act as a ‘silent salesman’. With an interactive panel on the
Vids of what this stuff can do
Interactive presentation technology There are a few brands in the market manufacturing great interactive equipment: Some have a few more features than others and some cost more than the others. However, the general set of functions defining them as ‘interactive’ are common to all. Have a look below at the marketing material we’ve gathered, illustrating some of the features inherent to the category. Please note the functions cited below are
NDIS: how carer companies can save money during the coming storm, and get more done! With the impending roll out of the NDIS, (and the sector wide confusion surrounding it), it is suggested that agility in training delivery, the efficient provision of real-time crisis management, and pre-emptive tactical planning communications will furnish significant ‘value-adds’ to service providers in the care sector during the anticipated period of intense competition ensuing. Below
The Pitch: Face-to-face interaction between staff and management is proven to be more effective than other methods. This concept proposal describes a way to increase that interaction across multi-site organisations, but save expenditure on travel. The result being more dynamic management interaction with staff, for less outlay. Therefore: better outcomes for less money. Here is a business case we presented to a multi-site NFP organisation. They liked it. This model
I have some compelling reasoning for you regarding how Interactive Presentation Technology will benefit your school (financially and pedagogically), and why you should consider bringing Interactive Presentation Technology into your classes / lecture theatres. Interactive Presentation Technology = Interactive LCD Panels / whiteboards, Interactive Projectors. 3 Big Claims: 1: It will make teachers happier and better at teaching. 2: It will make students happier and better at learning. 3: It