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Seven “Bring Your Own Device” Considerations

January 28th, 2016

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Are you thinking about installing a new audio visual system?  Jonathan Blackwood, with Corporate Tech Decisions, explains seven aspects of “Bring Your Own Device” you need to think about before moving forward.  He shares the following in his original article: Read more »

Your Business Needs Visual Content!

January 12th, 2016

Your Business Needs Visual Content

Adapted from Rachel Gillett’s FastCompany online article, “Why We’re More Likely To Remember Content With Images And Video”

Most communications experts agree that our brains are far more engaged when listening to a story than a list of facts —it’s easier for us to remember stories because our brains make little distinction between an experience we are reading about and one that is actually happening. And while storytelling is definitely important in promoting your business’ message, there is another element that can drive your point home even more—images. That’s because visuals add a component to storytelling that text cannot: speed. According to researched complied by 3M, the corporation behind Post-it Notes, visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text, which means you can paint a picture for your audience much faster with an actual picture.

Here are three visual tools you can use to connect with your audience even faster: Read more »

Making New AV Gear Resolutions!

December 29th, 2015

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Are you planning on hosting an event or meeting in the upcoming New Year? Here are Tony’s top three tips for buying the right audio visual gear:

1. Think ROI.  Spend a little more on the right product to produce the expected results. If you are going to buy a projector, get a native 1080 HD unit, since most content presently being created is in that size [1920 X 1080]. Remember, whether it is presenting your product to your customers or an in-house collaboration, first impressions are powerful.

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