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Remote support for AV projects

5 points to keep in mind when opting for either on-site or remote support for AV projects

Most AV integrators have been asked at some time or the other, whether on-site support or remote support makes more sense. This is a moot point, with there being pros and cons for both on-site and remote support. While integrators typically ask the end-customer for their preference, most end-customers do not have a clear-cut preference...
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White Paper: Six tips for managing a remote workforce

When you talk about a remote or virtual worker, this covers a broad spectrum. It ranges from a full-time employee who works from home several days a week, to team members located in another city or even, another country. It could also mean an organisation that is completely virtual, without a physical office. Trends point...
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About Crestron Fusion RV system

Remote asset management software simplifies AV infrastructure management and helpdesk services

This set of videos from Crestron provides a quick overview of several features of their powerful Fusion RV remote asset management software. This is the AV and technology management component of Crestron’s Fusion software, which enables organizations to monitor and manage AV equipment, BMS, room scheduling, lighting, shades, climate, and energy consumption from a single...
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About our Blog

The Actis Integration and AV Blog is a forum for sharing tips, insights, news, solutions and experiences with people and businesses who are undertaking different types of integration projects in India. It covers topics like Professional AV, lighting, energy management, video collaboration, unified communications, presentations, network AV and environment control.

Over time it will grow into a practical, India-specific, knowledge base to assist CIOs/CTOs, architects, AV and lighting consultants, developers, educational institutions and the hospitality industry to make better choices and get more out of their investments in technology.

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