IMS Technology Services has qualified as an AVIXA AV Provider of Excellence, or APEx. The AVIXA APEx program is a marketing recognition program for integration companies and AV design consulting firms dedicated to upholding industry excellence by providing quality service to customers.
We've all been in this situation, or have at least seen it. You walk into the boardroom with your laptop to give a presentation, you set your laptop on the table, you turn on the projector, and then you realize that you didn't bring a cable to connect your laptop.
As we begin 2018, one topic that’s on the minds of audio professionals across North America is the TV broadcast spectrum repack, set to begin in the second half of the year.
IMS redesigned and integrated an existing quad-divisible space for the NYC law firm, which modernized their presentation, video conference, and audio conference capabilities.
There is no doubt that we are in the midst of significant changes in the way we teach and learn in the boardroom and classroom. Those involved with corporate and academic instruction have seen teaching and learning upheavals in both pedagogical and technological terms. E-Learning, m-Learning, Blended Learning and Distance Education are just a few of these trends over relatively recent times.
IMS is proud to have provided much of the presentation and collaboration technology inside this high-tech flagship building for West Chester University of PA! Check out some of the cool tech showcased in this piece by CBS 3 KYW-TV!
This is the second installment of a new series of "Day in the Life" articles featuring IMS team members and how they spend their day on the road supporting our clients. This is the recent "day in the life" of Daniel Flynn, Integration Project Manager.
Staying in front of changes in the professional AV market can be challenging. The technology is changing every day and the consumer market now drives the professional market. Some would say the tail is wagging the dog. This really became the case when HDMI was introduced as a standard for home video and professional AV has never been the same.
As corporate real estate firms have been consolidating space to reduce operating costs and improve flexibility, a surge of millennials have entered the workforce. These employees are accustomed to accessing various types of technology across environments, including home, school, and work. As a result, millennials expect such resources from their employers and working environment, and the design community has begun to creatively accommodate the evolution of the conference room.