Improving collaboration has emerged a key challenge for medium and large companies over the past few years. The fundamental need for employees to communicate visually and to collaborate with others working in remote locations has shifted the structure of the modern corporate workplace. Read more about how companies can stay productive in this changing environment.
Take a look at this infographic to better understand how NEC's dvLED portfolio provide the ideal electronic visual medium - regardless of where it's being used.
Reduce administration effort and costs with NaViSet Administrator 2. This informative infographic shows how you can gain the knowledge that all of your NEC products are performing optimally.
Workers in the future will need to adapt and spend more time on skills that require creativity and collaboration. Learning environments must shift now to become more student-centered in nature if schools are going to successfully prepare students for the future. Learn in this white paper how technology is helping schools better prepare students for what's ahead.
Hospitality organizations have the unique opportunity to make use of their physical spaces to attract, inform and entertain consumers. The key to engaging customers lies in three digital display technologies. This guide to digital signage shows how these technologies are changing the game for hospitality businesses.
Traditional retailers are struggling to find ways to maintain or increase customer engagement. Finding ways to persuade shoppers to spend more time in stores is crucial. Learn how business intelligence tools can help retailers increase dwell time and improve engagement.
There are factors to consider that will optimize impact and longevity of a dvLED. Be sure to explore partners that are easy to do business with, seek a product designed to be serviced on site and gain peace of mind with longer warranties.
Every growing congregation offers new opportunities to use sound, video and animation to create awe-inspiring services and events. As your house of worship’s attendance has grown, you’ve probably already experimented with larger video screens and more powerful audio systems. But technologies like these are just the beginning. Read more about these technologies in this NEC byline.
Not all educational technology is created equal. Technology leaders need to make sure that they choose products that will have the greatest impact on student learning and provide a positive ROI. Learn in this whitepaper from NEC how to make sure to get the most out of your investment in classroom technology.
What you need to know about hardware and software calibration and which is right for you.
Control rooms serve as central points to monitor and manage mission-critical applications. Whether the staff is coordinating hazard responses, managing security or managing another complex application, team members need simultaneous visuals on many different types of content. Read about how organizations are meeting these challenges in this whitepaper.
Colleges and universities are taking advantage of large common spaces to engage students with a variety of images and messaging. Institutions can use powerful visual technologies to engage, teach, inform, and even entertain. Learn in this whitepaper from NEC how technology can accomplish these goals on a college campus and improve student communications.
No one with color managed workflows can afford to make mistakes when it comes to color. With this NEC infographic, you'll understand why calibration is an important issue.
Projection mapping uses projectors to display images onto flat or unconventional surfaces. Because it can transform any two- or three-dimensional surface into a showcase for still or moving images, projection mapping has become increasingly popular.
The devices we carry in our pockets continue to improve at responding to our faces. From banking apps to lock-screen security systems, smartphones now support a whole host of features that use facial detection algorithms to deliver personalized moments of interaction. Consumer electronics retail represents the next frontier of facial detection technology. Read more.