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5 Reasons You Should Proactively Maintain Your Audio Visual Equipment

Audio visual equipment is some of the most important and expensive hardware that today’s businesses work with. To make sure that this equipment stays in good condition, it is imperative that companies are proactive about taking care of it. Here are the five best reasons you should proactively maintain your audio visual equipment.

1. It Costs Less

In many cases, preventative maintenance will save you a tremendous amount of time and money down the road. A costly hardware malfunction that could have been stopped by a simple preventative measure will leave you wondering why you didn’t decide to have closer inspections of your audio visual equipment.

2. It Improves Your Public Perception

Imagine this nightmare scenario: you have assembled a committee of decision makers from a huge prospect in your company conference room. The vibes are great, and you think you have a good chance at winning their business. As you get ready to fire up your projector to start your presentation to close the deal, nothing happens. It turns out that your projector is broken, and you will need to quickly come up with a solution to save face, before the prospect decides to leave and give their business to someone that is more prepared. Putting your best foot forward to clients is one of the most important reasons you should proactively maintain your audio visual equipment.

3. It Can Help Educate Employees (Creating Self Sufficiency)

Someone that is left in charge of inspecting audiovisual equipment is sure to learn much more about this kind of equipment than they initially knew. Want some of your team members to get more familiar with your AV equipment? Let them observe while a routine inspection or maintenance procedure is taking place. They are sure to […]

By |September 23rd, 2014|Blog|3 Comments

4 Benefits of Remote AV Monitoring For Higher Education

Higher education is a field that reaps great benefits from the continued development of remote audiovisual systems. There are several key ways that remote AV systems help people involved in all areas of higher education better accomplish their goals.

1. Allowing Students To Archive Lectures

Many remote learning systems have the ability to let people archive lectures and then save them for another day so that they can refer back to them when they want to reinforce the lessons that their instructors are teaching. Some remote AV tools allow for real-time discussion and note taking of lectures, which is very valuable for those interested in making sure that the information they need to learn sinks in.

2.  Improving Cross-Disciplinary Lessons

When professors from two different but related fields want to teach a class or give a lecture that shares elements of both disciplines, it can be a challenge for them to understand how to merge their lesson plans in a cohesive way that allows students to learn effectively. Thanks to remote video monitoring, professors can check in on the lectures of their colleagues and then determine how they are doing at incorporating important ideas from other disciplines. They can use records of these lectures to compare notes with each other and make the necessary changes to their lectures so that in the future they will do a better job of addressing concepts that may be out of their area of expertise.

3. Helping Parents Understand Their Investment

In many cases, parents pay for, or at least help their children deal with, the rising costs of college tuition. Remote AV monitoring to allow parents to watch all or part of a class in session can help them understand why the investment in […]

By |September 9th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments
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