If you are a business leader, there is one term you should be obsessed with: exponential growth. Technology is screeching upward with rocket-like intensity, and unprepared organizations will be left behind.
Why do we continue to rely on the old siren-based system of sending emergency notifications? Advances in technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) provide numerous ways to enhance the traditional siren.
The kiss-of-death for a company is an inability to keep up with technology. It might sound surprising, but the life span of a Fortune 500 company today is significantly shorter than it was 25 years ago.
In part three of this multi-part executive Q&A series, Doug Bannister, Omnivex, chats with Jean-Pierre, president of Shikatani Lacroix, about what industries are at the forefront of digital transformation.
Get to market faster with feature-rich digital signage from Intel, deliver tangible value and leave lasting impressions, measure audience engagement in real-time, and quickly adapt to new trends for a seamless experience across every channel.
Today in business, game theory is often applied as the analysts want to develop a modeled approach that is sure to succeed. Despite all alternative efforts, successful selling is still more like a game.
Perhaps it's no surprise that college and university campuses are increasingly looking to incorporate digital displays into the college experience. University leaders recognize they need to speak the language of college-age students to attract them, and today's students are fluent in digital.
As we turn the page on 2015 and begin to look toward the New Year, let's take one last look back at 2015 — we'll see what experts in the field thought were the top stories of the year in digital signage.
Digital signage is perfect for communicating information to large numbers of people in diverse locations efficiently. Broadcasting emergency alerts and messages quickly can mean the difference between life and death.