We are pleased to announce StriveAV has been awarded a place on the new national university framework for Audio Visual Supplies, System Design, Installation and Maintenance. This appointment follows a rigorous selection process headed by the North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium (NEUPC).
StriveAV managing director Toni Moss will be the spokesperson for the Integrator’s group at the upcoming Pulse Check UK: State of the Industry Virtual Roundtable organised by AVIXA.
The online service simplifies the survey process while removing the need for site visits
Making the move to AV over IP can be daunting especially as, despite advances in technology, there’s no one size fits all solution. Often the requirement will be for a scalable, secure, manageable solution that is capable of handling a large number of endpoints, but with so many options out there it can be difficult to know which one will be most appropriate.
With the news that StriveAV has received ISO 27001 accreditation, Spiros Andreou, information security manager, considers the role of ISO in the light of the coronavirus pandemic and how it can help companies to rehabilitate and stand out in an uncertain world.
StriveAV is pleased to announce that it has been awarded ISO 27001 accreditation for the third year in a row, having held the accolade since 2018. The award comes at a time when the information security standard is more important than ever, particularly when it comes to enterprise AV which is dealing with rapid changes to working practices due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
AVoIP – or Audio Visual over Internet Protocol – has been in the AV lexicon for a few years now as the industry has continued its convergence with IT. Although it can be a complex area to fully understand its advantages are clear, offering cost-effective, flexible, and scalable solutions, so it’s worth investigating if this could be the right approach for your needs.
The past few weeks have been truly unprecedented for so many people around the globe. With the situation around Covid-19 continuing to develop at pace, the priority for StriveAV is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our staff, suppliers and customers, and we continue to be on hand to respond to any queries you may have regarding current or future projects.
The health and well-being of our clients, business partners and colleagues is always our number one priority – and never more so than now, during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Video conferencing has become a useful tool for many people in today’s global workforce, but recent events, including storms across Europe and the threat of coronavirus, have highlighted just what an important role it can play in ensuring business as usual when events are out of an organisation’s control. Read more
Huddle rooms are a cost-effective way to provide space for your employees to collaborate and share ideas in an informal, easy-to-use environment. The biggest advantage of huddle rooms is that they encourage and enhance team working, therefore any technology installed should encourage this.
Five key benefits of a huddle space:
- User Friendly– Huddle rooms are designed to be simple to use.
- Flexible – This simplicity also makes huddle rooms flexible.
- Cost Effective – Requires a lot less investment than boardrooms.
- Increases Productivity – Huddle rooms should be used when needed to solve specific problems or achieve specific goals.
- Use your real estate more effectively – uddle rooms are small spaces, making them a great way to optimise under-utilised areas
The most accepted definition of a huddle space is a small, private and comfortable meeting area designed to accommodate 2-6 people and equipped with teleconferencing and collaborative tools. Their size and the technologies typically housed within them makes huddle rooms ideal for both scheduled and impromptu meetings, offering a quieter space for people to work without having to reserve time in a large meeting space or boardroom.
Managed services have grown in popularity across the AV sector as users want to ensure their systems operate as they should for the longest time possible with the minimum downtime.
However, there has been some confusion about what is covered by managed services and what users should expect from any agreement. In short, AV managed services devolves the management and maintenance of AV to the service provider. This can include everything from lifecycle design/build, to onsite support and analytics.
As this is quite a wide-ranging definition, to get the most out of any managed services agreement, it’s important to understand the scope of the deal and how it will benefit your AV inventory. Read more
Traditionally the busiest time of year for this sector, 2019 is proving to be a landmark year for StriveAV with installations in Paris, Copenhagen and Amsterdam as well as across the UK.