Adding Twitter to Your House of Worship Emergency Notification Plan
By Daniel P. Dern · September 30, 2013 • Twitter is a flexible micro-blogging site that provide the platform for quick communication. Tweets can be sent as SMS texts to a phone, so you don’t have to be connected to the Internet. Many organizations use more than one Twitter feed to ensure that readers find the information they needs. For example, one Twitter feed can be for emergency communication, while another feed can be for those looking for answers to questions or for non-emergency announcements.
The Age of Unified Communications Arrives
By Alison Diana · September 30, 2013 • Mobile workers, remote offices, lower prices, competitive world encourage sales of UC solutions.
All About Managed Services
By Joy Zaccaria · September 9, 2013 • AVI-SPL has two managing services products, Video Network Operations Center (VNOC) and the Symphony Management Platform, which is designed to work with clients and make sure their needs are met quickly or prevent problems that could appear.
Kick Start: Easy Energy and Money Saving Ideas You Can Use Now in Your House of Worship
By TD Staff · September 3, 2013 • How to save money right now in your facility. Energy saving ideas with a really high return on investment (ROI), really easy to deploy and inexpensive to purchase. You should be acting on these now. Lutron and other lighting and energy device manufacturers have products on the market now to help with your energy saving plan.
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.
The AV & IT Convergence Conversation Starter
By TD Staff · June 6, 2013 • TechDecisions Media's Editor-in-Chief Cindy Davis talks to Mike Brandofino, executive vice president of Video and Unified Communications of AVI-SPL about the discussions A/V specialists and IT specialists should be having.
10 Tips for Succeeding in Unified Communications Deployment
By Dan Newman · May 6, 2013 • Dan Newman discusses the top ten tips for adding unified communications to your technology arsenal. By combining voice, video, instant messaging and more to one network-based platform, resources are freed up for both the user and IT.
AVI-SPL and Crestron to Host Webinar on Digital Content
By TD Staff · March 17, 2013 • The "Capture and Stream Digital Content with Crestron" event will be held this Thursday.
AVI-SPL Plans Digital Signage Webinar
By TD Staff · February 13, 2013 • "Work with IT for Successful Digital Signage" is coming February 21, 2013.
AVI-SPL and LifeSize to Host Free Video Webinar Today
By TD Staff · November 14, 2012 • The two companies will present the one-hour webinar, A Look into the Future of Video Communications.
AVI-SPL and Sharp to Host Webinar About Large-Panel Displays
By TD Staff · November 12, 2012 • The free, one-hour event will be held this Wednesday, November 14, 2012.
AVI-SPL and Radvision to Host Videoconferencing Webinar that Looks at Trends in Collaboration
By Lisa Nadile · October 25, 2012 • Hosted by AVI-SPL and Radvision, a webinar will be held to discuss trends in collaboration and workplace productivity.
Plan for the Future of Digital Signage
By D. Craig MacCormack · October 11, 2012 • A few tips on keeping digital signage relevant as the technology evolves.
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.
AMX and AVI-SPL Host “Superior HD Digital Media Switching Made Easy” Free Webinar
By Curtis Emery · June 21, 2012 • Join AMX and AVI-SPL online Wednesday 27 at 1pm EST to learn how recent advances in technology have eased HD digital media switching.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.