Digital signage video walls help businesses promote their brand, engage with their audience, deliver important messages, transform the look and feel of a space. Creating and managing content however can be a time-consuming task one which some companies may not be comfortable undertaking.
Enter the Content Management System (CMS).
Information is the lifeblood of many businesses today. Organizations want to know details of their social media engagement, their website traffic and lead generation, their production status, support ticket statistics, stock price, there are an almost limitless number of data points vital to business success.
In order to ensure key players in the company, or sometimes everyone in the company, are aware of information, organizations use dashboards to gather key statistics and data points from a variety of sources. Visualization and understanding of key metrics can help companies improve their business.
Staff and operators in control rooms, command centers and NOCs are in charge of overseeing company infrastructure, security, operations, telecommunications, safety and more. They rely heavily on accurate and timely (mostly real time) data that helps them make informed decisions about their business operations.
For example, a communications service provider—providing TV, internet and phone service to a large population—has a wide variety of variables to carefully look at, in order to minimize downtime, anticipate problems before they happen, reduce business impact of any issues that do occur and ensure a reliable service. They will be monitoring and studying:
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Control rooms and command centers exist to ensure the operation of critical infrastructures. From mission control at NASA, to a city’s transportation system, to a communications service provider, the control room supports a team of experts who are constantly monitoring the data coming from their networks, ensuring their system’s up-time is maximized.
The main requirements a control room would have of a monitoring system would be the following: