How often have you been out at a corporate event and experienced the host’s shining logo in bright bold colors, beamed up in a video projection against a multi-media screen? It’s happening far more frequently for event attendees lately, as digital technologies are allowing a greater use of video projectors. It also helps that the…Details
Save the Date: CCS Presentation System to Show New Parent Involvement Tools at Arizona PTA Convention
More schools around the state of Arizona are finding ways to bring technology into the classroom. Even with budget funding being limited, the growing demand for school safety and closer parent involvement is prompting classrooms to adapt to the use of technology tools. Now, an opportunity for parents, teachers and vendors to get together to…Details
One of the reasons behind CCS Presentation System’s success in all our markets is the excellent working relationships we maintain with our digital audio-visual equipment partners. Since 1991, CCS has partnered with leading manufacturing and digital technology companies to provide audio-visual solutions for our customers in the corporate, government and education sectors. Through these partnerships,…Details
For those of us who regularly attend church services, you notice that much time and money is spent by churches and religious organizations on a top-notch audio-visual system. Churches want to amplify the word of the church leaders as well as the sound of musicians leading the worship in their chosen facilities. A great audio…Details
CCS Presentation Systems provides a full array of audio-visual systems integration components for schools and businesses that are looking to upgrade communications systems. From audio conferencing to digital signage, or broadcast camcorders to HD displays and projectors, CCS has all the audio-visual solutions to meet a school or business challenge. CCS meets your planning team…Details
Preparing for the Analog Sunset
Switching to Digital from Analog
The switch from typewriters to computers, telephones to cell phones, and film projectors to digital projectors were welcomed technological changes. In today’s world where many of us have smartphones, computers, iPads, etc., and the ability to connect any and all of these devices together in seconds—technological change can be challenging. As new platforms and devices roll out, our options expand exponentially, but there are limitations.
Chris Gamst explains further in his article for AVNetwork.com. Click on the link above to see the full article!
Interactive learning remains a high priority for school administrators, parents and students themselves. Our consumer world is overrun daily with new technology innovations. Now it’s time to transfer that future of learning into schools. It’s time to open up budgets and invest in interactive learning solutions in school districts. A child’s education needs only a…Details