As a young boy, growing up in London during the 1960s, I always enjoyed a visit to the Science Museum with my father. While a few of the exhibits included a very basic interactive component, most of the exhibits were designed for viewing at a distance.
In fact, some were clearly labeled “please don’t touch,” perhaps with the intent to help preserve an old scientific artifact. In contrast, today they offer over 50 interactive exhibits as part of their Launchpad hands-on gallery.
Clearly, display interactivity is being advanced by new technology.
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Tags: business transformation, Cisco House, digital signage, holography, smartphone, tablet
Business video projects are highly visible and, if well planned, can showcase the strategic value of IT to your organization. Many organizations plan to eventually adopt multiple Business Video tools, such as:
- Telepresence for collaboration, interviewing, and sharing centralized experts with customers;
- Conferencing for team meetings and customer training;
- Digital signage for advertising and employee news; and,
- Internal web portals for training videos on demand.
When you begin considering just how using video in these ways can transform your business, it is important to understand the impact it will have on IT. Engaging with a strong service partner like Cisco will help you to identify the architectural considerations as you plan, build and manage these projects. Read More »
Tags: business video, Cisco Services, digital media, digital signage, medianet, rich media applications, TelePresence, telepresence services, video
Jack Welch famously said, “When you’re number four or five in a market, when number one sneezes, you get pneumonia. When you’re number one, you control your destiny.”
Well we’re the big boy in the toddler room, and we’re passing around the germs. The market is the digital signage market — small and young, yes, but with enormous potential. As in more than $1.1 billion last year and growing at a 13.3% CAGR.
Frost and Sullivan recently published their highly-anticipated annual “Global Digital Signage Systems Market“, and it pegs Cisco at number one in the market with 14.2% of the market. And this excludes displays used for corporate communication applications. Here are a few more delectable tidbits:
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Tags: digital media, digital signage, enterprise video, market share, reports, video
Screenmedia Expo is your chance to find out how to create compelling new signage experiences that drive business value.
Come visit us at Gallery Level – Room 1 to learn more about Cisco Digital Signage, a complete platform for interactive experiences in place. See first-hand the latest innovations and hear examples of how other organizations around the world are deploying video to revolutionize their business processes and communications.
Join us for breakfast and lunch on May 16th and 17th and hear Cisco executives discuss trends in the market.
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Tags: Cisco, digital signage, engagement, Erica Schroeder, Lisa Fretwell, Place, Screenmedia Expo, signage, video
I happened to pause last week at a pile of newspapers in my father’s house in Atlanta.
The reason: A feature article about Cisco on the front page of the March 25th business section of the Journal-Constitution.
The article was interesting. But best of all, it jumped from the front page to the inside pages of the section… which is why, on page D2, I stumbled across one of the best, common sense advisory articles on retail technology I’ve read in a long time.
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Tags: Cisco, digital display, digital signage, e-commerce, Jone Stine, kiosks, Micah Solomon, retail, retail digital signage, retail technology, retailing, self-service, usability design, usability studies