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Audio Visual Technology in the Boardroom

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March 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the inception of the World Wide Web. In 1989 Sir Tim Berners-Lee first wrote “Information Management:  A Proposal”, then the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and last, but definitely not least, the first web browser, WorldWideWeb.

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Since then the technology has evolved at a breath-taking speed.  How one does business was changed forever.  A company either has to jump onboard or risk losing out on a customer base that is not only nationwide, but also worldwide.  If it does not have a website that is conducive to keep pace with technology, the potential it has to remain competitive is substantially reduced.

This also includes the company boardroom.  Having the latest cutting edge audiovisual equipment is no longer just a “nice” option, it is necessary to have if a business wants to take a leap forward ahead of the competition and be more successful.  With a potential customer pool that stretches across the world, state-of-the-art audio and video technology and equipment.

But, having a “high tech” corporate boardroom does not stop with the equipment itself.  In order to have successful audio and/or visual conferencing, many other aspects need to be taken into account as well.  Optimal success can depend on having wireless capability as well as an intuitive control system.  Installing the high-quality speakers and microphones is also imperative for conferences and seminars reaching out to hundreds of participants.

Enhancing a company’s ability to have the most advantageous communication possible also involves the use of the best display equipment.  With the introduction of the InFocus Mondopad, a business is able to visually portray, capture, and share thoughts, ideas, concepts, etc. through one integrated device.  This takes business-class video conferencing to the next level.

Audio visual companies such as KVO Communications exist so that your business does not have to worry about your next audio visual conferencing event.  Instead, it  allows you to focus on what you do best – thinking, creating, and communicating – through the finest technology available so you not only are able to reach potential customers across the street, city, and nation, but also across the WorldWideWeb.

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