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The big moment has arrived: your school has decided to invest in digital signage. You signed up, purchased your displays, and you learned how easy it is to use the online software. But what do you actually display?!
Next week is a busy week for most people. Employees are taking vacations, Thanksgiving dinner needs to be prepared, and who can forget about those fantastic Black Friday deals?!
While a number of or customers have a significant amount of displays scattered throughout their organization’s campus, they started with one presentation on one display.
Today, we’re excited to share our new Community with you!
When talking with our audience, we oftentimes learn that digital signage replaced more traditional means of communication.
Colleges and universities interested in employing digital signage on campus face a number of seemingly difficult challenges.
Many of our previous posts have talked about the importance of keeping your digital signage content fresh, managing all that content relevant or using our professionally designed templates to better connect with your audience.
Your audience loves to see when you update your digital signage content.
You’re technically skilled, and you’re exploring the possibility of using digital signage.
With so many choices, choosing a digital signage media player that’s best for your organization can be quite challenging.
The Problem Platte County High School used to use static displays mounted on the wall to recognize their All-State players, records and trophies. Although it was a good idea at first, they had reached the point where they couldn’t fit any more trophies and no one was stopping to look.