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How businesses are impacted by COVID-19

Businesses and consumers are facing a lot of uncertainty because of the coronavirus pandemic. As COVID-19 continues to spread, the only thing that seems certain is that it will impact businesses, particularly the way they operate and use technology. Increased reliance on communications technology The need for remote interactions and stronger communications technology will inevitably […]

Essential tools for remote working

The global pandemic hasn’t defeated many hard-working managers and teams. They’re protecting themselves from the virus, meeting deadlines, collaborating on projects, and hitting business goals, all while working from home. In this article, we’ll go through a list of the essentials tools for the new normal that is remote working.

Wireless Access Point vs. a Wireless Repeater

Understanding why a wireless access point differs from a wireless repeater
Anyone who relies on the Internet for their business should understand the difference between a wireless access point and a wireless repeater. Though both pieces of equipment are necessary, they serve different purposes.

Why You Should Choose Crestron Touch Screens Over Consumer Tablets for Room Scheduling

Walking around your company looking for a place to have a meeting, especially if you have your prospective client in tow, would not give them a perfect first impression, would it?

We all know scheduling conference rooms can be a headache. Fortunately, there is an efficient way to do it.

7 Audiovisual Components You Should Have in Your Conference Room

How To Equip Your Conference Room For Optimal Use
 

To be effective, a conference room must have the necessary audiovisual components. A properly equipped room is the key to having a successful meeting. When the right tools are used, meetings and conferences are much more productive than they would otherwise be.

Wireless Network Solutions: Know more about wireless site survey

Introduction to wireless site survey
 

A wireless site survey refers to the process in which a wireless network is planned and designed to help come up with a wireless solution that will meet the needs of the building's occupants.

 

A wireless site survey procedure includes a site visit to check the viability of radio frequency interference and to identify potential installation areas for access points.

What should be in a conference room

Your conference room deserves an upgrade. It is okay to have a more formal appeal, but you should consider including tech that makes scheduling and holding meetings in your conference room more pleasant.

 
Scheduling
 

There are many ways to schedule a conference room in the digital age.

How does access control minimize security threats?

Security access control systems ensure that only authorized personnel are allowed in a building. Advanced systems go beyond the traditional means of security by restricting employee access by date and time in addition to limiting the number of rooms that a worker can enter during the workday.

What is a Wireless Access Point and Wireless Repeater?

Learn four critical differences between wireless access points and repeaters

Wireless technology has significantly improved in the past few years. Nonetheless, no one wireless solution fits all people, especially in regards to business. While large offices have heavy traffic and often use a wireless access point, small businesses that have limited users may prefer using wireless extenders or repeaters.