Archives : 2017 : February

Providing On Demand AV for Generation Z

February 28th, 2017

Gen Z College Students

The January/February 2017 CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY issue is fascinating, thought-provoking, intriguing, and overwhelming.  Do you realize that the current generation, Generation Z, is now entering their college-age years? Soon, this group of approximately 60 million young people will be future employees, home owners, entrepreneurs, and economic decision makers.  For those of us in the AV industry, we are wise to analyze the current AV trends in higher education in order to forecast the business needs in the coming decade.  But first, we must take a moment to understand the characteristics of a stereotypical Generation Z member. Read more »

The Terms “Home Theater” and “Stereo” are Long Gone!

February 24th, 2017

 

It’s about time we got what we asked for. Residents in Central Oregon are tired of hearing the words, “home theater” and “stereo.”  One local home owner stated, “I will go to the theater if I want to see a blockbuster on a 20-foot screen.  And if I want a stereo, those are at Goodwill. But I come home to an Integrated Audio Visual System.”

 

Integrated Audio Visual System – What does this mean for the new home owner? Read more »

Be Effective – Buy the Correct Tech the First Time

February 15th, 2017

 

The market is flooded with online look-a-likes. Sadly, most people will just “rubber-neck” their way through it as the sales person talks right over their head in hopes that they’ll just get exhausted enough to press the “buy now” button and move on. Read more »

Does Your Tech Translate into Increased Revenue?

February 8th, 2017

 

Every IT and Office Manager should be asking themselves, “Does our technology translate into increased revenue?”  And although it’s a compelling question, the answer is even more important for the bottom line of a business.  I believe that it is more common than not that technology is purchased and implemented with an optimistic point of view rather than an objective one.  If you might fall in line with this way of thinking, I challenge you to change the way you think. Read more »