As businesses strive to connect mobile and geographically dispersed workforces, they increasingly invest in communication technology. Over the next five years, the Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) space will continue to form the workplace of the future. So what is the future of unified communications and collaboration? According to industry predictions, the market will reach a valuation...

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    This 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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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 digital signage screen resolution and the new 8K resolution? Is it...

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1. Consider what the space is being used for Not every meeting space is created equal. There are a variety of video conferencing rooms, which cater to different sizes and budgets. Less can be more: although immersive rooms with 3 screens may look swanky, they won’t be as effective for small meetings of less than 5...

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Voice Enhancement in the Classroom

Matt Williams
“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 by...

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The Involve AV School Whitepaper takes a detailed look into the importance of audio, and tells you all you need to know about audio in meeting spaces in 4 to the point parts. Click here to request to download the whitepaper Contents: The one covering the basic principles The one all about USB audio The huddle space...

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When you need displays for your workplace, it may seem like a quick trip to Currys or Tesco can save your team time and money. In the long run though, you may face significant repair and replacement costs. Here are 5 reasons to choose commercial displays instead of consumer ones: GOING THE DISTANCE When it comes...

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Can Involve Health be the answer to some of the problems posed in The King’s Fund latest NHS report? The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. Through research and analysis, they regularly publish reports on the NHS which are intended to promote understanding of the health and care...

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The Involve AV School – NEC Guest Blog

NEC
In this issue of The Involve AV School, Jon Garaway, education account manager at NEC Display Solutions leaves no doubt as to the benefits of laser projection: By 2020, 74% of all >5,000 ANSI lumens installation projectors will be laser light source based.* The case behind this is compelling – laser offers reliability, consistent brightness, long...

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Any regular video users already acknowledge that video conferencing has been one of the most important technological advances for businesses in the 21st century. Collaboration couldn’t be easier, aided by a plethora of video conferencing solutions for companies of any size, so it astounds me how some businesses are still hesitant to adopt video conferencing. Why...

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