TAGS: audio-video-distribution | commercial-networking
What You Need to Know About Installing Office Huddle Rooms Today’s offices aren’t like they used to be. And whether your office is in Bloomington or in downtown Chicago, you’re going to need to keep up with the times. Instead of the traditional cubicle layout, workplaces have become more fluid. Team members can move freely about the space. An especially big pain point in this transition has been the conference room. After all, how can you collaborate if you don’t have a place to do it? That’s why employers have been utilizing huddle rooms, small spaces designed for three or four team members, fully stocked with the same commercial automation amenities you’d have in your conference room. They help create a feeling of free collaboration. Want to find out more? Just keep reading.
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TAGS: commercial-networking | energy-efficiency | hvac
Stay Ahead of the Curve on the Newest Commercial Automation Tech
Imagine being in one of the first offices with a telephone. Everyone in the world used to communicate in person or through letters, and all of a sudden they can just call each other up. Technology doesn’t always move at a rapid pace, but when something revolutionary comes along, it can change the world in the blink of an eye. Today, we have smart technology that integrates with every facet of our work day. In fact, commercial automation is a cornerstone of many businesses in the Aspen, Colorado area. Of course, it’s always a good idea to try and stay on top of the latest trends in business technology. Here, we’ll preview some cool gadgets you might find in your office next year.
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TAGS: commercial-audio-video | commercial-networking | energy-management
Define Individual Systems That Integrate for Greater Efficiency
When you have an integrated commercial automation system in your Denver, CO business, you can get more done while saving on expenses. But not all systems are created equal: your business is unique, and your technology should reflect that. Think of your integrated devices like members of your staff: each device works independently, but they each work together as part of a larger team. The result is a system that runs as smoothly as a well-oiled machine. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the different roles some of your connected devices can play in improving your business. Read more after the jump.