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Digital Signage Networking – an interesting conundrum

According to Wikipedia – Networking is a socioeconomic business activity by which business people and entrepreneurs meet to form business relationships and to recognize, create, or act upon business opportunities, share information and seek potential partners for ventures. The online service also defines A computer network or data network as a telecommunications network which allows […]

Have you seen this Post?

Challenging but Inspiring: The Impending Disruption of Traditional AV   Over the last twenty years, we have seen separate networks consolidating towards internet protocol (IP). Where there were once public address systems, television, telephone and internet running parallel, voice over IP (VoIP) and other connected solutions have shared increasing IP bandwidth to bypass traditional circuitry… […]

8 Things Casinos Do Better

Have you seen this new article / post by Lindsey VanderMaas-Sack entitled 8 things Casinos do better?  You can find the post in the Digital Signage Industry Connection Group on LinkedIn and the the SPI website.  It has some really great information in it. Here is what she has to say: ““You can learn from […]

How to Future Proof the Life Cycle of a Digital Signage Network

Originally Published: December 29th, 2015- AV Network Decades of experience working in digital signage have given me a unique perspective on how to plan for the future of a digital signage infrastructure. Contrary to popular belief, the future success of your network has everything to do with your long-term business objectives and content strategy and […]

The Analog Sunset – What Does It Mean for Your Digital Signage Extension Infrastructure (Part Two)

IT’S HERE. The analog sunset is a global change, and the term itself has become increasingly popular to describe the transition from the audio/video industry’s support of analog video, or analog and digital video signals, to only digital video signals. In the digital signage world, more and more players are no longer supporting analog outputs. […]

The Analog Sunset – What Does It Mean for Your Digital Signage Extension Infrastructure (Part One)

IT’S HERE. The analog sunset is a global change, and the term itself has become increasingly popular to describe the transition from the audio/video industry’s support of analog video, or analog and digital video signals, to only digital video signals. In the digital signage world, more and more players are no longer supporting analog outputs. […]

Digital Signage at Your Local Library

As the role of local libraries morphs once again, it is interesting to see how many of them are adopting digital signs as a communication tool to disseminate information to their constituents/patrons. With more and more services being offered by libraries these days, way beyond the traditional lending of books, CDs and movies, the need […]