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Fort McCoy - U.S. Army

A leading medical simulation company (Laerdal) and ISI teamed up to implement the AV technology and medical-grade training manikins for Fort McCoy's new medical training center.  Background Fort McCoy is a United States Army installation located in Wisconsin located about 2 hours northwest of Madison. It is used primarily as a Total Force Training Center including training for not only tactical duties but also medical training. Over 100,000 members of the military receive... Read More

FedEx

When FedEx needed a way for their marketing team to effectively monitor and respond to social media traffic, they turned to the ISI team to create an innovative audio visual solution. Background FedEx Corporation , headquartered in Memphis, TN, is one of the largest freight and business services companies in the world. Delivering more than 9 million packages each day to more than 375 destinations in nearly every country, technology is critical to the success of this company. From... Read More

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

Through a grant from BlueCross BlueShield of TN, Community Health Network (CHN) and Regional Obstetrical Consultants (ROC) partnered with ISI to deploy telemedicine solutions across rural Tennessee to care for mothers with high risk pregnancies. Challenge Regional Obstetrical Consultants (ROC) is a group of Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists and other health care professionals who provide state-of-the-art care for women with high-risk pregnancies. Located in Chattanooga,... Read More

XstremeMD

When oil rig workers in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico need to see a doctor, they turn to a unique telehealth solution designed by XstremeMD and ISI.  Background XstremeMD connects patients who work offshore on oil rigs and in other remote environments primarily in the oil and gas industry with physicians who are trained to handle health issues common with labor intensive workers. According to their website, “XstremeMD is the only telemedicine provider with a staff composed of... Read More

University of Alabama

When the University of Alabama asked Interactive Solutions (ISI) to design and build an Emergency Management Center on their campus, we had no idea how quickly it would be put to the test.  Background Interactive Solutions (ISI) started began working with the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in 2005 as a part of a project with the College of Continuing Studies. As our reputation for high quality work grew across the campus, other departments and colleges within the... Read More

The Future of Work: Telecommuting and Huddle Rooms

It seems like every day we are hearing about a new technology that can be added to the board room or conference room. There are new displays such as 4k TV's, all sorts of content sharing dongles and adapters, touch screen interfaces like the Microsoft Hub and from video conferencing solutions from Polycom like the Eagle Eye Producer that allows your system to "frame the shot" for you as participants enter the room. But what does this mean in a world where less workers have access to... Read More
Posted by Jordan Myers at Wednesday, July 15, 2015

New Office Opens in Chicago

ISI has opened a new office in Chicago managed by Jordan Myers. Opening up the new office leads to many new opportunities for the company. Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Tuesday, May 26, 2015

ISI Partners With Vidyo

From our CEO, Jay Myers: "After several years of evaluation and research, ISI formalized an agreement last week with Vidyo, a scalable software-based video conferencing solution that puts HD-quality, multipoint video communications within reach of anyone using any device, anywhere. All that’s needed is an Internet, LTE or 4G connection to join in a lifelike and collaborative meeting experience.  It is obvious to all of us at ISI that the  video conferencing industry has moved... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Friday, July 18, 2014

InfoComm Day 2

The show just keeps getting better. Signal Management company Altinex unveils a revolutionary way to provide Video, Control and Power at the end of a 300' low voltage, unshielded CAT-6 cable. The new Muse HDMI+Power+RS-232+IR Transmitter and Receiver is sure to be a game changer. Visualization solutions provider Barco shows off new projector with built in Click Share technology.  This thing is super Cool! Simply hang the projector and shoot it on any smooth surface or screen, plug in... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Thursday, June 19, 2014

InfoComm 2014

InfoComm 2014 is off to a great start, The prevailing technology around the show is still cloud based video conferencing with heavy ties to WEBRTC, browser based video plug-ins and Microsoft Lync integration. PEXIP announces WEBRTC browser plug-ins will be coming in Q3 to early Q4 2014. Video wall manufacturer Prysm demos curved touch screen video wall with outstanding sensitivity to touch and collaboration capabilities. You have to see this thing to believe it, over 20 foot long with at least... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Wednesday, June 18, 2014

SECURITY ALERT: Latest info on "Heartbleed" Bug

As some of you may be aware, the IT world has been taken by storm this week with the announcement of "Heartbleed" , a bug in the OpenSSL platform that allows attackers to access any information on servers that use OpenSSL for security. Many different sites and services were affected, and there have been a blizzard of articles recommending users change passwords and test often-used websites for the bug before disclosing personal information. However, one thing that has been overlooked in... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Friday, April 11, 2014

Can you get a better staff with video?

Can video conferencing help you develop and maintain a better staff?  We think so, and it appears we're not alone. This blog post from The Future of Things brings up a few trends we've seen developing in the video world for some time, and the theme is simple: video helps you find and retain the best-qualified talent. From using video to screen candidates, to reducing out-of-town travel, to allowing workers to telecommute from home, video conferencing allows workers to better balance... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Wednesday, March 5, 2014

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