Businesses today are moving away from large conference rooms and toward technology-based spaces where small groups can meet and share ideas. Instead of large conference rooms, companies are adopting the use of "huddle rooms" where small groups refine ideas for quick implementation.
To get the most out digital signage in retail settings, keep two key words in mind: Size Matters. That doesn’t mean bigger is better. What matters is using screen sizes that suit the setting, dynamics and purpose.
There's an old saying that students get what they take from their education. While that is partially true, both K-12 schools and colleges can take many steps to ensure more students are engaged with the curriculum and arm themselves for success in the workforce.
The corporate vertical continues to show a strong propensity for growth in the adoption of digital signage at a time where the wider market is beginning to show signs of maturity and emerging territories are posting declines in the face of worsening economic conditions.
Projection tech digital signage lit up the Empire State Building in New York City this past weekend, projecting digital light images of endangered species onto the building in an event intended to call attention to the creatures' plight.