Spreadsheets. Love them or loathe them, the fact of the matter is that we all have to deal with them in meetings. And we all know this kind of data is highly detailed, each cell or line could hold a vital key to the company’s future. Whether your meeting centres around financial reporting to senior board members and investors, or your team is analysing web analytics, traffic or consumer engagement statistics, visualising and interpreting the minutiae is paramount.
But without the right display screen, there’s a very real risk that your team could miss out on these all-important details. Finding the right display or touch screen for your meeting room or boardroom is essential when figures and analytics are the core premise of your business.
But where do you start? When it comes to displaying data, you need the highest screen resolution possible and we’ll explain why.
The right communications strategy can help products fly off the shelves, keep employees at peak performance and even bring investors knocking. It’s all about giving out the right impression of the business.
There are dozens of methods of communicating with clients, team members and business partners. But a growing number of modern businesses are prioritising the use of digital signage. Once seen as just an external advertising tool, digital signage is fast realising its potential to transform internal communications and more.
We’ve taken a look at some of the steps you can take to ensure your digital signage installation makes an impact and explored just why this technology is proving to be so popular.
Sony has been an instrumental player in the development of 4K visual technology and to this day the company remains an industry leader.
We’ve explored the brand’s history to discover why this famous manufacturer remains one of the most reputable and trusted providers of ultra-high definition (UHD) 4K displays.
Sony 4K in the Film Industry
Sony has been at the forefront of 4K development since the technology’s conception. In fact, the international giant was the first brand to launch a commercially available 4K digital cinema projector.
Even before the technology was fully tested, Sony had signed agreements to roll it out to a huge number of major cinema chains around the world, delivering over 6,000 units
Effective use of technology is rapidly becoming a crucial factor in determining just how successful and productive business teams can be. The right tools provide a multitude of benefits for the internal workings of a company. But they’re also a sign of forward-thinking and innovation on show to any clients, prospective partners and investors. And it’s this additional factor, the potential to impress, that has swung many companies round to really seeing the value of 4K in the business environment.
We’ve taken a look at some of the main reasons why the new kid on the technology block
Screen sharing and collaboration technologies have transformed the way in which teams work together. Developments in meeting room technology mean it’s now commonplace for two, three or even four people to contribute their content on the main meeting room display screen at the same time.
This has noticeably changed the dynamic in meeting rooms across the country; meetings dominated by a single contributor are fast becoming a thing of the past and creativity and productivity are rising as more and more team members have the ability to share their own content and feel confident in doing so.
But all this can be brought to a grinding halt if the meeting room display screen wasn’t purchased with screen sharing in mind. The problem is that splitting the screen between multiple contributors affects the resolution. We’ll explore why this is the case and what can be do
The touchscreen smartphone is only nine years old, yet the simplicity of this tactile technology is so ingrained in individuals’ daily lives – both at work and in leisure time – that it’s difficult to recall when touchscreen tech wasn’t the norm. Smartphone penetration rocketed in the four years to May 2016 from 52 per cent to 81 per cent, and with that the app has also risen to prominence and overtaken browsers for many simple daily tasks.
With such high use on personal devices, it was inevitable that this interactive technology would eventually permeate into the workplace and more specifically the meeting room. Popularity has continued to grow and there is now a wide ran
Selecting a screen to form the focal point of your meeting room takes careful consideration. The size of your meeting room, the functionality of the space, who will be using the display and how and when … all these points and more will influence your purchase decision.
We have compiled an overview of some of the key questions you need to ask yourself and your team in order to assess your requirements and outlined some helpful information and solutions to help you to make your choice from the huge variety of o
Brits spend around eight hours a day – longer than is spent sleeping – looking at a tech device, according to a 2014 Ofcom survey. In the US, this rises to more than ten hours of daily screentime. With so much time spent staring at pixels, it’s paramount that workplaces, schools and universities equip their meeting rooms, classrooms and presentation areas with the right displays or else pay the price with a drop in engagement and productivity.
But what is the right display? It comes down to screen size - which you c
Here at Displaypoint, we sell ultra high-definition 4K display screens. But what is 4K and what exactly makes it different to high definition?
In this blog we will cut through the tech jargon and attempt to explain what exactly you are getting when you buy a 4K display.
High definition has been with us for years and it covers any screen that has a 1080p resolution. That is 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels. Now there's ultra-high definition (UHD) or 4K display too. And to qualify, 4K displays have to sport at least 8 million active pixels on its screen.
For screens such as TVs and displays, this resolution has been standardised to 3,840 pixels by 2,160 pixels. For larger screens, such those used in cinemas, this criteria has been raised to 4,096 pixels by 2,160 pixels. Essentially, then, it is four times the number of pixels found on a 1080p display and more than 23 times you get from an average, standard display.