ClickShare Conference Unboxed

Kev Talbot
Some of you may remember that we took a little trip to Kortrijk late September to meet a little company named Belgian, American, Radio CO (BARCO). Whilst there we got a sneak peek at what was coined ClickShare 2.0; the downside was that they made us cover our mouths and we had to keep quiet about...

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Here are 5 of the most common issues I hear from end users Productive meetings are essential for any successful business, if you are not optimising the meeting experience for your employees, your business will ultimately suffer. In AV we are seeing the same problems repeated across all industries, and it’s time to change. The advancement...

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Getting Ready for 2020 & Beyond

Jason Ward
In preparation for a new year and a new decade, we take a long hard look around us. Our markets are in good shape, but they are evolving to meet the needs of their stakeholders, and so must we. At Involve, change is normal. Our journey is one from Fax, via Video Conferencing to Audio Visual...

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PSNI Member of the Week: Involve

PSNI
The PSNI Global Alliance has chosen Involve as their member of the week. PSNI gives Involve global reach, by uniting industry leaders around the world to support one another by partnering across the network, sharing and collaborating with each other in order to provide the best outcomes for their end-users. Members of PSNI Global Alliance represent a...

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Meet the Involve Team: Michelle Hunt

Amy Redfearn
Michelle joined Involve six months ago as a Management Accountant, and in this short time has become an integral part of our Finance team. Michelle plays for Mossley Hill Ladies Football Club, based in Liverpool, and Involve have sponsored their away kit for the 2019/20 season.   What made you want to be an accountant? I...

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No. Is interoperability dead? Well, it’s dying. I have heard analysts tell us that we (video service providers) should aspire to be like the mobile phone model. Only, that’s not a great experience, is it? There is a balancing act between learning from the history of our great industry & the wants/needs of the incoming generation....

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Is your Video platform as secure as you think? Information Security and protection of data is a topic which has been in the forefront of most Chief Technical Officers and IT Directors minds for some time.  However, with greater visibility and action from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) the threat of enforcement, prosecution and fines is...

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The end-user experience should be the central consideration in deploying videoconferencing systems but there are no clear answers on how it should be delivered. But, whether it’s on-premise, or in the cloud, interoperability and usability are key. Has video conferencing lost its identity? Video conferencing or whatever you chose to call it, I feel is suffering...

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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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