Articles by tag: collaboration

With Millions of Passengers to Protect Every Day, How Does the Federal Aviation Administration Get the Job Done?

Federal Aviation Administration
For many of us, airline travel is almost as ordinary as driving a car.  In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) handles more than 45,000 flights a day and over 16 Read more


Rugged Edge Computing
Rugged Edge Computing for Tough Environments Follows Shift Away from the Cloud
March 31, 2023

At ISC West 2023, Premio showcases how Rugged Edge Computing can easily stand up to the toughest industrial workloads in the harshest environments without missing a beat. Many trends are shaping the modern security market with a strong focus on rugged hardware such as smart sensors. There is a shift away from the cloud […]

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DTC brands
DTC Brands Struggle to Adapt With 2023 Consumers: Brand Trust and Flexibility is Necessary
March 31, 2023

Selling directly to the consumer buying your products can be incredibly profitable for a business, so why don’t all businesses sell directly to consumers? The simple answer is that there are many risks and challenges that come with running a direct-to-consumer (DTC) business, and the risks do not always pay off. The success […]

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Voice AI
Voice AI: Changing the Sound of Restaurants and Transforming the Ordering Experience
March 31, 2023

Takeout and delivery are as much the fabric of restaurants today as a room full of diners. During the pandemic, many restaurants may not have made it out the other side without takeout and delivery services. Still, staffing shortages are a significant issue for most restaurants after the pandemic. Finding the balance between handling orders […]

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With Millions of Passengers to Protect Every Day, How Does the Federal Aviation Administration Get the Job Done?
March 14, 2023

For many of us, airline travel is almost as ordinary as driving a car.  In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) handles more than 45,000 flights a day and over 16 million flights per year in the United States.  How, exactly, does the FAA regulate so many flights and help ensure safety for the more […]

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The Importance of Industry Wide Collaboration in AV
May 17, 2022

Hail, hail, the gang’s all here. Greg Harper, President of Harpervision Associates; Cory Schaeffer, Director of Alliances & Ecosystem at QSC; Michael Reilly, Director of National Accounts at Barco; and Charlie Jones, Global Alliance & Partnership Manager at Sennheiser, joined Ben Thomas for an engaging roundtable discussion on the state of collaboration in AV. There […]

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Can Collaborative AV Meet the Remote Work Moment?
September 13, 2021

AV solutions companies are in the middle of a critical shift in integrations. High-traffic areas like schools and offices are seeking ways to collaborate with end users across remote and hybrid work models, while live event venues returning to their best and brightest shows debate new ways to create immersive digital touch points during […]

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Will Apple’s Mandated Hybrid Work Strategy Pay Off?
July 14, 2021

Over more than a year of collaboration in the face of a global pandemic, remote work has become the norm – but companies are getting antsy. Apple and CEO Tim Cook, in fact, have doubled down on a commitment to hybrid work moving forward, putting forward a schedule that would see all employees required to […]

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Opportunities and Challenges in Teams Migrations with Brian Gregory
May 24, 2021

Communication and collaboration tools have never been more valuable for organizations. The need for them to be adaptable and flexible is also critical. Does it make sense to migrate to a unified platform that integrates all communication and collaboration in one? And what challenges do companies face? Sharing his expertise on the subject is Brian […]

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Top Insights from Pro AV Leaders as the Industry Surges Ahead
May 13, 2021

How does digital signage fit into building trends? “Touchless technology and interactive wayfinding will continue to be important trends in digital signage. Voice, gesture and mobile controls are becoming commonplace as organizations look to reduce physical touchpoints and promote accessibility to all. Digital signage and content management software continue to be more commonplace and can […]

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Ribbon and IBM Partner to deliver Unified Communications as a Service
January 22, 2021

Communication, collaboration and remote capabilities have always been an integral part of how companies relate with customers and shareholders – and the COVID-19 pandemic has thrust these business drivers even further into the spotlight. To help businesses stay at the leading-edge in the application of these core tools and strategies, IBM and Ribbon Communications […]

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4 Priorities for Crisis Management and Communications in Schools
January 11, 2021

A college campus is an exciting place filled with hundreds, thousands—or even tens of thousands—of students seeking to better themselves through education, as well as faculty and campus employees. Aside from providing the facilities, faculty, and resources necessary for a high-quality education, the school also has a solemn obligation to ensure the safety of everyone […]

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Here’s Why Online Learning is Sticking Around
November 17, 2020

Online learning as a modality of teaching and learning has been thrust upon education and can no longer be considered an emerging reality. It is here. The COVID-19 virus disruption has completely changed the way education operates. Until now, in many organizations across the country and globe, online courses and programs have been managed as […]

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