Creating a Videoconferencing Culture with Your House of Worship Staff
By Scott Wasser · September 2, 2013 • Creating a videoconferencing culture starts with your employees and how they might use it. If the tools are beneficial and the training is adequate, you may see a communication revolution.
AVI-SPL Demos Integration of AV Monitoring into VNOC Symphony Platform at InfoComm
By TechDecisions · June 11, 2013 • The company broadens its A/V Monitoring service by Adding New Video Management.
Is 4K Ready for Your Prime Time?
By André Floyd · June 11, 2013 • The 4K format is starting to appear in areas where large screens are being used and in applications where the wow factor is important to an organization. 4K is defined as a generation of video technology beyond the 1920 x 1080 resolution of HDTV. The high-end signage has smoother edges, crisper images and improved bigger pictures. Current users include Iowa State University's Virtual Reality Applications Center and the Mirage Hotel and Casino Race and Sports Book, yet there are applications for nearly any organization.
Essentials of A/V Design
By Sharon Fisher · April 5, 2013 • The Essentials of A/V Design are more than just a schedule on a piece of paper. That is important, but planning the room, planning the products, planning the installation and planning the maintenance are all part of a successful A/V system installation.
Checklist: the Top Five Must-Have Videoconferencing Features
By Leslie O'Neill · March 22, 2013 • Consultant Theo Economides describes the five most important capabilities your videoconferencing system should have. Learn how to pare down to size this expansive market and choose the right system for you.
Videoconferencing on the Cheap
By Leslie O'Neill · March 8, 2013 • Using consumer products like FaceTime, Skype and Google Hangouts for some videoconferencing is an easy way to lower collaboration costs. For more important meetings, professional tools are called for.
AT&T Adds Polycom RealPresence Support to Telepresence Solution
By TD Staff · January 21, 2013 • The two companies are joining forces for global interoperable video solutions.
Revolve Robotics Introduces Kubi Telepresence Robot for the iPad
By TD Staff · December 10, 2012 • The new robotic platform boasts better interaction, pan and tilt functionality, and more.
TechDecisions Guide to 14 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Videoconference Cameras
By Bruce Amaro · November 26, 2012 • A comprehensive buying and technology guide to pan, tilt and zoom videoconferencing cameras to help you find the best solution for your needs. Also known as PTZ cameras, these pan, tilt and zoom cameras from AVer USA, Canon, Cisco, Dannovo, LifeSize, Logitech, Panasonic, Polycom, Sony, Vaddio and more all all designed for the quintessential videoconference experience.
A Guide to Distance Learning for Houses of Worship
By Chrissy Winske · November 16, 2012 • Houses of worship can use distance learning technology like telepresence, lecture capture and a learning management system to create an interactive learning experience.
Perceived vs Real Obstacles to Videoconferencing
By Leslie T. O'Neill · November 9, 2012 • Whether it’s cost worries, security concerns or interoperability woes, videoconferencing has taken giant leaps forward in addressing these issues.
Getting A/V and Control Technology Buy-In
By Joy Zaccaria · October 15, 2012 • New A/V and control technology comes at a cost and sometimes it falls to you to convince the executives they need to invest. Here are some suggestions for how to do that.
Quotables: Approaches to Videoconferencing For Decision Makers
By Llanor Alleyne · September 27, 2012 • Videoconferencing experts from AVI-SPL, Almo Professional AV and Nefsis speak on the latest concerns in their industry.
Break through Boundaries with Cloud-Based Videoconferencing
By Leslie O'Neill · August 16, 2012 • Videoconferencing in the cloud solves interoperability and budget challenges. Whether you are using Cisco, LifeSize, Polycom or some other telepresence system with other systems such as Skype or GoogleTalk, operating videoconferencing in the cloud is now a viable alternative. Vidtel and Blue Jean Network are just two solutions available.
AT&T’s Telepresence Solution Allows Anytime, Anywhere Video Conferencing
By TD Staff · August 7, 2012 • The company has debuted an expansion of video features and on-demand meeting capabilities.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2018
The March-April 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about how to prepare, prevent and respond to church violence, a look into what church management software can do for your church community, and a piece on how a once popular nightclub venue was transitioned to become Shoreline Church's new home.