Exploring ISE this year, one trend that stood out was the sheer number of companies exhibiting innovations in the field of collaboration, particularly those aimed at enterprise AV.
Audio is an often-overlooked element of audio-visual system design; displays, screens, videowalls and the many ‘visual’ elements of AV are often front of mind when people consider the kind of system they want. However, without good audio, many of these solutions will not be fit for purpose.
Take conferencing for example. While, the screen will most likely take centre stage in the room, without high-quality audio any meeting is likely to be ineffective at best and abandoned at worst. Read more
As the new year begins, we take a look at some AV tech trends we expect to be big talking points in 2019.
With voice recognition becoming ever-more commonplace in the home environment, it’s only a matter of time until that situation is replicated in commercial buildings, and 2019 looks to be the year that AV manufacturers will begin to embrace this time-saving feature. Expect to see everything from AV conferencing systems that can start a call on demand to lecturers able to call on their learning tools – this has the potential to impact multiple sectors, making life much easier for end users across the board. Read more
CDEC is a Gold Sponsor at the 2019 AV News Awards. The event, held on the first morning of ISE, sees some of the most influential people in the AV industry gather for breakfast, networking and the all-important awards presentations. Read more
CDEC is pleased to announce that it has been successful in its application to join the Digital Outcomes framework.
Part of the UK government’s Digital Marketplace initiative which aims to transform the way the public sector commissions digital and cloud services, by making it simpler, clearer and faster for them to buy what they need, Digital Outcomes is a modern framework for non-technical businesses that want to engage with the market to help them realise a strategic aim. Rather than buy an off-the-shelf service or specify a set of products, Digital Outcomes allows buyers to describe the end result they want to achieve, and it is up to the marketplace to design a solution, present it in a meaningful way to the customer and win the business. Read more
CDEC is delighted to be a confirmed supplier on G-Cloud 10, the latest iteration of the Government’s Digital Marketplace, which went live on 2nd July 2018.
G-Cloud is a Government framework set up to enable the public sector to procure cloud-based services easily. G-Cloud 10 is fully EU compliant, saving customers the time and money associated with conducting their own procurement exercise. Through the competitive tender process and regular benchmarking, the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) ensures customers have access to the most competitive deals.