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Different schedules, spaces, and a very dispersed workforce make the hybrid workplace a very dynamic experience. And challenge. Read More
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One secure, manageable platform to control everything.Read More
Touch screens that expand your reachRead More
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Our new brushless motor provides greater reliability, much longer life, and ultra-quiet operation.Read More
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Our homes are full of distractions and lack the same level of accountability measures that are found in a typical in-office environment. Fortunately, as remote working becomes more popular, more technologies are emerging to help optimize work from home setups for efficiency and productivity.
Take one of the most popular collaboration platforms available, then marry it to a wireless conferencing solution that provides instant BYOD connectivity, and you’ve got the latest revolutionary creation from the minds at Microsoft and Crestron: The AirMedia® Connect Adaptor.
As updates to the Crestron Home® platform go, this one’s especially rich. Features and functions include support for the PC4-R processor, the ability to “hot-swap” Crestron Home OS extensions, support for new network switches and keypads, functionality for easier firmware updates, and improvements to the user experience — a big part of which includes new languages for international applications.
Systems engineers for educational facilities need to create scalable tech solutions that have simple, consistent user interfaces from room to room. Standardization can certainly help in that regard — as well as simplifying everything from troubleshooting to scheduling updates and maintenance. Over the past several years, though, events conspired to make things difficult — but the team at Calvin University has met those challenges creatively. Here’s how.
Like many other companies who’ve adopted the hybrid work model, Crestron needed advice on everything from policy implementation to understanding risk factors. Fortunately, there are several companies that can help. One such firm is Distribute Consulting, the group Crestron turned to for guidance in the transition to the hybrid workplace.