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Apr 11, 2016

The Rise, and Continued Rise of Desktop Monitors

Remember desktop monitors? They aren’t often seen as a locus of innovation or must-have technology. With the sales of desktop computers falling it might seem as if desktop displays have seen their heyday come and go. Cindy McCullough, Planar’s Desktop Monitor Product Manager, recently shared some of the amazing things that Planar is doing to not only keep desktop monitors relevant in a portable computing age, but to make them a must-have accessory. Flexibility As the devices that connect to monitors become more diverse, the monitors themselves need to have similar breadth. McCullough pointed out that Planar has something for everyone. “From 15 to More…

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Nov 11, 2014

What football teaches us about AV

It is college football season in the States. In our house, we kicked off our season by watching a non-conference game of one of the “hometown” teams, the University of Oregon Ducks. Watching the game - and thinking about the team’s recent installation of a new athletic complex, the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex – it struck me that college football can teach us a thing or two about the AV industry and how the integrators and brands can remain relevant in times of change. 1. You Have to Play Each GameYou can have the best win record in the conference, the best facilities, and a history of winning innovation, both in football and in AV the team and the More…

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Mar 06, 2014

Enabling a "Mobile" Worker in a Cube

A recent article by Jon Brodin entitled “How mobile technology created a workforce that never stops working” piqued our interest. Yes, we’re “lucky” enough to have a smart phone to check email every 2 minutes (though we’ve disabled the “ding” as to avoid the constant barrage), a personal tablet to keep up with friends’ posts, and a Dell Ultrabook™ to work tirelessly at the local coffee shop or on the plane. But when it comes to actually producing spreadsheets or presentations, or writing a product plan, nothing beats working from a dual monitor-equipped cubicle. Maybe it’s because we’re addicted to opening 20 different programs and multi-tasking More…

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