5 Things You Should Know About AV Integrators

PSNI
No matter the size, every audiovisual (AV) project has a budget, and it can be tempting to cut corners to save some cash. Cutting out an AV systems integrator, however, can cost you more money in the long run. There are plenty of reasons people choose not to use an AV integrator, but those reasons might...

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The Evolution of Video Conferencing

Amy Redfearn
From the Picturephone, to legacy video estates to the cloud Video conferencing is an online meeting between people in different locations using audio and video. It’s a vital method of communication for businesses across all industries, especially those with multiple offices and dispersed staff. Surprisingly, video conferencing dates back to the sixties, when AT&T introduced the...

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When out and about on client visits I am struck by the ever-increasing number of huddle spaces occupying all manner of nooks & crannies throughout offices & businesses. Huddle spaces provide quiet, relaxed spaces for catch ups, one to ones or small group meetings. These huddles spaces are designed to be flexible, and ease of use...

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You can’t beat a Huddle Space!

Kris Rose
My definition of a huddle space – a collaboration area for between 2-6 people. Huddle spaces come from the need to collaborate and are a hot topic now, with the majority of my clients having spoken huddle spaces to me over the last year or so. Some already have them, some desperately need them! With building...

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Legacy Video Conferencing vs the Cloud

Kev Talbot
You have a legacy/traditional video conferencing platform, this platform is potentially no longer supported or upgradable, or it’s supported with costly yearly support contracts, yet it doesn’t give you the features you require? Involve Cloud removes these pains and provides you with the platform that works for your business needs.   You shop around for a...

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The robots are coming: AI in healthcare

PSNI
Hospital gowns have changed little over the years, but a lot of other things about hospitals have—like patients who don’t care about the back of their gowns flying open because the nurse taking their vital signs is a robot. Modern medicine isn’t really about robot providers—at least not yet—but healthcare is getting smarter every day. And...

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When I think about the NHS, it makes me feel proud to be British because it’s our NHS. A gift from our parents and our legacy to our children, that anyone can receive life saving best in class treatment regardless of finance or stature.  The decision to sponsor TEDxNHS 2018 was my own and I am glad that we...

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The world has a shortage of healthcare workers right now but by 2030, that shortfall could reach 15 million. Technology will play a big role in how countries are able to address the problem.   The Reach of Telehealth Remote areas are usually hardest hit by health worker shortages. Telehealth has long been a solution for...

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Reading Russ’ recent blog inspired us, it made me think, we know a thing or two about video collaboration, home working and how to achieve the best results when using these tools.   EVERY MEMBER OF TEAM INVOLVE HAS ACCESS TO VIDEO COLLABORATION, WE USE IT... A LOT!   Like Russ, I have been with Involve...

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Fred Olsen Case Study

Amy Redfearn
Involve have provided award-winning family-run Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines with an impressive, immersive 3D cinema room on one of their four intimate ocean cruise ships; Black Watch, as part of an extensive refurbishment programme.   Established in Ipswich, Suffolk in 1988, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has grown to become one of the best-known and highly-rated cruise...

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