Posted 07/31/2020 by
The healthcare industry certainly is top of mind for many of us these days, as it’s been one of the hardest hit industries during the pandemic. As of this writing, in the US alone there have been more than 3.6 million cases of the coronavirus, and that number still is growing. Some hospitals are quite overwhelmed, and other primary-care practices have reported service reductions of up to 70 percent—as patients have postponed care that’s not deemed urgent.
Posted 06/19/2020 by
It was the simplest product requirement I have ever written. Just one sentence: “Bring Telepresence to the desktop and make it CEO-proof”. When we launched in March 2010 industry analyst Andrew Davies at Wainhouse Research wrote: “For most of my life I wanted a Porsche, now I think I want a Tandberg EX90 instead.” At a time where PC-based video was still pretty useless and the iPad was not even invented, it became very clear to us that we had totally nailed it.
Posted 06/12/2020 by
Technology can be a first line of defense for those working on the medical, retail, and manufacturing front lines. Let’s take a closer look at some of the solutions that can make life a bit easier for the healthcare, retail, and manufacturing/warehousing workforces.
Posted 06/08/2020 by
Among the many things COVID-19 has exposed about our society, the varying degrees of technological preparedness among schools ranks high. When stay at home issues were ordered, many schools were able to quickly adapt to remote learning, while others realized they lacked the resources and solutions needed to ensure student success outside of the classroom. What once seemed to be a non-urgent, multi-year lift for school districts to upgrade has now become a necessity for ensuring that students don’t fall behind. Fortunately, there is great opportunity for VARs and agents to work with school systems to help them enter a more digital world, whether that be a complete overhaul or a few minor upgrades.
Posted 05/21/2020 by
Anyone that’s been to the grocery store lately understands that this is not your mother’s grocery experience. Gone are the days of sipping coffee while walking up and down the aisles deciding what to make for dinner. The grocery store looks very different these days – from one-way aisles to pre-sanitized shopping carts to face masks and gloves.