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The A to Z of Digital Signage: E is for Education

The A to Z of Digital Signage: E is for Education

Digital Signage solutions are becoming more common in schools, colleges, universities and other training based facilities. As well as technology being used as a tool by teachers to assist with the learning of their students, Digital Signage can also be used as a means to disseminate messages to students and visitors. The most well established… Read More

The A to Z of Digital Signage: D is for Digital Menu Boards

The A to Z of Digital Signage: D is for Digital Menu Boards

The Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) market is one of the largest and fasted growing sectors for Digital Signage and makes up about 17% of the overall market share (according to Brawn Consulting). As more of the larger fast food chains, such as McDonalds, KFC and Burger King adopt Digital Menu Boards a distinct trend is… Read More

The A to Z of Digital Signage: C is for CMS (Content Management System)

The A to Z of Digital Signage: C is for CMS (Content Management System)

Surprisingly one extremely important factor for any Digital Signage project is often overlooked; the content. The content itself, as well as how it is deployed to a screen, are important factors to consider when planning any Digital Signage project. The creation of the content can be achieved using various methods depending on budget, resources and… Read More

The A to Z of Digital Signage: B is for Brightness

The A to Z of Digital Signage: B is for Brightness

One important consideration for a lot of Digital Signage projects is the brightness level of the screen you choose. This is one of the most important factors when the screen is going to be subjected to direct sunlight, for example when being used in a window display or in an outdoor environment. Brighter screens are… Read More

The A to Z of Digital Signage: A is for All-in-One

The A to Z of Digital Signage: A is for All-in-One

Since the birth of Digital Signage the market has been extremely fragmented. Typically Digital Signage integrators, resellers and distributors would source the conventional components of a solution (a commercial screen, media player and CMS software) from three separate sources. This process has many pitfalls and downsides, the first of which is compatibility. Significant ground work… Read More