Articles by tag: virtual

Are Drive-In Events a Permanent Fixture of the Entertainment Landscape?

The drive-in movie was a thing of the past, reserved for nostalgic operations few and far between – but the COVID-19 pandemic may have given the format a new lease on life in the form of drive-in concerts and other events. With social distancing precautions aplenty in the wake of the pandemic, event and concert…

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Virtual College Fairs Are Here To Stay

Let’s face it. Some things aren’t going to go back to normal. That’s a good thing, according to Julio Ronchetti, CEO and Founder at NOVVA AI Technology, whose company’s platform is aiming to reinvent the college fair experience. In this episode, Julio describes how the pandemic has forced higher ed to comes to terms…

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The Value of Building Virtual Campus Tours

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all aspects of higher education, including the college selection process. Gone are the days—temporarily—of the tradition of prospective students taking road trips to visit colleges or universities they are considering attending to get a sense of the campus, speak with current students and faculty, tour student housing, and explore the…

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How Will Remote Experiences and Hospitality Coexist Moving Forward?

Majestic Circus’s Kevin Noonan helps host Daniel Litwin explore the lasting impact of remote and virtual experiences on the hospitality industry.

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The State of Live Video: What’s In and What’s Out for 2021

If 2020 was the year of the Zoom meeting, then 2021 will be the year to build an omnichannel media presence. As digital and virtual communications continue to assert their importance, crafting holistic, owned media channels to reach audiences where they are will be more critical than ever. B2B companies across the globe dove headfirst…

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3 Reasons COVID-19 Should Spur Digital Transformation in Education

At the end of 2019, college presidents were asked what they saw as the greatest challenges for higher education in 2020 and the results are fascinating given the way the year has gone. Although none of the responders knew just how drastically 2020 would change higher education, their responses still reflect the most valid concerns…

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How CEO Gary Shapiro Took CES 2021 Completely Virtual

One of the world’s most anticipated trade shows, CES 2021, has been kicking off to big reveals this year. But perhaps the biggest news still surrounding the show is its decision to go 100% virtual. The move reflects both short term COVID responses, as well as confidence from the CES leadership team that the show…

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Water Conservation and Sustainability Are Critical for a Data Center’s Success
May 21, 2024

Digital infrastructure is essential, and as data centers expand, their environmental impact, water conservation and sustainability have come under scrutiny. As the demand for data storage and processing capabilities grows exponentially, so does the concern for the environmental impact of these facilities, particularly in terms of water usage. Nick Phillips, the EVP of Hosting…

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Reducing the Gap in Skilled Trades Can Be Solved by Boosting Trade Education Initiatives
May 21, 2024

Currently, skilled trades are facing significant shortages making the need for innovative solutions and passionate involvement more urgent than before. Statistics indicate a looming gap in the workforce, expected to reach millions in the next decade, as older generations retire without sufficient newcomers to fill their roles. At the heart of this issue is…

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CtUC 2023 Trailblazers Transform Hospital Operations Through Medical Logistics Innovations
May 21, 2024

CtUC 2023 Trailblazers are at the forefront of transforming hospital operations, particularly in sterile processing and logistics, as highlighted in a recent episode of the ConCensis podcast. The healthcare industry, driven by technological advancements and the need to improve patient outcomes, continuously seeks solutions to optimize processes and ensure compliance with health regulations—a challenge…

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Motor Fuels Tax Minute – Episode 48: Audit Tips
May 21, 2024

In this week’s episode of Motor Fuels Tax Minute, our hosts introduce Supervisor and Motor Fuels team member, Bryan Ruwaldt, who offers audit tips.   For information or assistance, contact us. We are here to help. ©2024 Detailed Description of Weaver’s Motor Fuels Tax Minute, Episode 48 00:00:00 Kelly: Thank you for joining us on this…

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Spatial Perspectives: A New Technology Series
December 8, 2020

On Spatial Perspectives, host Dan Cui will have a one-on-one dialog with innovators and thought leaders in the growing Spatial Reality, or Spatial Computing, market. Cui will invite guests who can discuss the real world use cases of the technology and how it could benefit mankind while exploring any drawbacks and how they might be…

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Microsoft Upgrades Teams to Meet Remote Work Needs
September 28, 2020

For well over a quarter of the US labor force, working from home is a semi-permanent reality. That means Zoom meetings aren’t just a passing phenomenon. Microsoft is meeting the needs of many remote workers with their product, “Microsoft Teams.” Engadget recently reported a sweeping update of Teams’ functionality and services. The developments include virtual meeting…

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Taking Flight with the Commercial UAV Expo
September 2, 2020

Grant Guillot, host of Drones in America, was joined by Lisa Murray, Linda McLaughlin, and Lee Corkhill of Diversified Communications to preview this year’s Commercial UAV Expo. With the global pandemic present, many events have been postponed or cancelled.  The Commercial UAV Expo has opted to take the event virtual. “It’s been challenging.  It’s been…

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Solving Business Problems with Effective Virtual Technology
August 20, 2020

The world has swiftly transitioned to remote-based business as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Be it for education, conferencing, on-boarding, or telemedicine, use-cases for virtual technology have materialized overnight. “Voice of eLearning,” takes a look at how problem-solving tech has evolved just since the pandemic began with guest Scott Pleasants,  Chief Innovation Office…

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What Will Make a Virtual-Only CES Valuable to Guests?
August 7, 2020

The tech industry’s most astounding innovations often premier on the global stage at CES–the Consumer Electronics Show. Recently the conference organizers, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), announced the world-famous conference will go virtual in 2021. With an event so heavily focused on networking, how will a virtual experience change and perhaps improve a participant’s experience?…

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