St Pauls Chambers Case Study

Amy Redfearn
St Pauls Chambers, well known for their expertise in criminal law, are a forward-thinking Barristers chambers who invest in new technologies that will benefit their clients. Due to the increase in popularity of using technology to collaborate within the workplace, the Chambers decided they needed a cost-effective solution which would provide the option of video conferencing for their business.    Richard Wright, Chambers Administrator for St...

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Sometimes it isn’t coming up with a million-dollar idea that’s the hard part—it’s implementing and scaling your big ideas that present the challenge. Global AV deployments can create roadblocks to the very growth and innovation your company is trying to achieve. But with the right planning—and the right integration partner—you can overcome the most common challenges...

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Using Virtual Clinics for Speech and Language Therapy By Jayne Ramirez Inscoe, Advanced Specialist in Communication, Nottingham Auditory Implant Programme H was 15 years old when he was re-referred to the Nottingham Auditory Implant Programme (NAIP). His hearing loss had deteriorated to the point where the best acoustic hearing aids could not provide him with adequate...

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Is it time to start talking about LED for boardrooms? Let’s find out. Historically a corporate boardroom meeting would follow this format: you’d arrive at the meeting room, press ‘power’ on the control panel, the projector fans start, and the projection screen drops from the ceiling. After around 1-minute of boot up time, you’d be squinting...

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How long have you been a BSL interpreter for? I have been qualified since 2011 but started as a trainee 10 years ago. I started as a volunteer for Merseyside Society for Deaf people, supporting older people and training them how to use a minicom – old deaf tech that was used instead of phone calls...

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The Nottingham Auditory Implant Programme (NAIP) is a nationally recognised centre for auditory implantation, providing cochlear implants and other hearing implants to hearing-impaired children and adults. Their rehabilitation support model for children is one where clinicians see them in their everyday environment at home or school with family and local support professionals, and Virtual Clinics were...

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What do you do at Involve? I’m a systems programming specialist, meaning my main function is programming, whether it’s control systems or audio systems. I’m also part of the senior engineering team, meaning I get involved with anything technical-related tasks with our engineers.   How did you get into programming? I’ve always taken an interest in...

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Telehealth in the NHS 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...

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Huge congratulations are in order for our very own Kev Talbot, who has been chosen as one of The Nine: The Future of AV. Kev has made a name for himself with his growing social media presence, being 1/3 of AV JAM and his infamous Microsoft article, and it's great he's being recognised for his hard work. Kev has...

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PSNI-certified companies improve customer experience by providing consistently excellent integration services, no matter the project or location. Involve is pleased to announce that Paul Berry has received PSNI Global Deployment certification. This certification ensures that customers receive a standardised approach to service and integration no matter where in the world their project is located because they are...

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