Monthly archives for August, 2017

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News from the Sales Floor

As part of our ongoing commitment to growth, I am extremely pleased to make 2 significant announcements; With immediate effect Noel Kennedy takes the position of Head of Sales working from within the leadership team and with the board to drive, influence and execute new and exciting sales strategies for 2018 and beyond. Noel joined…

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An Introduction to virtualinterpreter.org

virtualinterpreter.org is a partnership with Enable2, a successful social enterprise organisation specialising in the provision of quality interpreting and translation services and Involve, a leading provider of secure video communication services to the public sector. The service delivers high quality virtual interpretation sessions through the best in class video technology. The simple to use bespoke…

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Hearing Loops in Classrooms – Getting Them Just Right

The above image shows the level of detail we undertake to ensure induction loop installations are ‘just right’. It shows the field strength of 2 copper wire induction loops to be installed into 2 adjacent classrooms. The objective is to ensure that each induction loop signal can only be picked up by hearing aids in…

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Does Digital Signage Screen Resolution Really Matter?

It seems as though every year, television manufacturers are developing a higher resolution screen. Each year, the picture gets brighter and clearer, but does it really matter to the consumer looking at your digital signage display? Will a consumer be able to tell the difference between 4K resolution and the new 8K resolution? Is it…

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Voice Enhancement in the Classroom

“One in five teachers miss work with voice problems, five times the national average. Voice strain, one might argue, is becoming the new RSI” (Are you damaging your voice? Telegraph 2004). As the Telegraph suggested that ‘Voice Strain is the new RSI’ in 2004, I guess it’s the old new RSI now. In 2010 a study…

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