Ensure High-Quality Sound with the Right Equipment and Layout
Despite conference rooms and meeting rooms being vital to business activity, design and technology issues often turn them into a hindrance. A study by Viju Group found that 58 percent of responders regularly experienced difficulties when using these systems.
What's the most common complaint? In our experience, clients' most significant issues have to do with sound. In part, because they still rely on a tabletop phone for their speaker and microphone needs.
Instead, clients’ video conferencing equipment should be taking advantage of their entire space. In this blog, we showcase how to accomplish that through in-ceiling speakers and microphones.
Here Are Four Upgrades That Will Help You Boost Your Business Revenue
Your restaurant AV system can serve a variety of purposes. If done right, it can help you promote your favorite dishes, enhance your brand, entertain guests and encourage patron loyalty. But if you’re using outdated AV equipment in your San Francisco restaurant, it could be having the opposite effect.
Bad visuals will push local sports fans to your competitors to watch the big game. Inconsistent audio can ruin a dining experience and get people to leave your establishment quickly. A complicated control system means you can't meet client requests quickly—ruining your overall customer service.
How can you make sure your restaurant AV system will be a catalyst for business rather than a hindrance? By embracing these technology solutions.
Ensure Your San Francisco Company Meets Building Codes with These Solutions
For any new construction or renovation, it's essential that businesses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This means removing barriers from access for people with disabilities through the use of ramps, Braille signs, assistive listening devices, and more.
With 17 percent of the US population reporting measurable hearing loss, assistive listening is one of the most important and oft-ignored sections of the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. This is why we partner with Listen Technologies to ensure all our projects are ADA compliant.
In this blog, we'll highlight what these requirements entail, whether they're relevant for your company, and the technology you need to integrate to make your San Francisco business compliant.
How Your Company Can Evolve from a Makeshift Presentation
The battle for the HDMI port is over. There’s no longer a need to have ten laptops fighting it out for the chance to present in your conference room or boardroom.
Slowly, most offices have upgraded to wireless presentations. Without having to connect to an HDMI cable, participants can share content directly from their laptops or smart devices.
This has made it easier for everyone to be involved and to switch out content quickly.