Digital Signage/Monitors


  • To partner or not--solution providers have a lot of thinking to do


    Your Big Fat Dell Decision?
    Michael Dell has started a conversation with you. A conversation about a possibility that can only be converted into reality if you truly believe his words and see a future working with the vendor--whether the systems, storage or peripheral products Dell-branded but made by many of the companies you support today.
  • Review: The Best And Worst Of 5 Widescreen Displays
    At one time considered a luxury, widescreen displays are now standard fare for businesses and consumers. The CRN Test Center took a close-up look at five products from four vendors. You'll be surprised at which product came out on top.
  • ViewSonic To Boost Channel Incentives
    ViewSonic is expanding its services and incentives for channel partners, including an extended financing option for government sales and a new incentive program for partners that hit the $1 million mark in annual sales.
  • 2007 CRN Channel Champions: Peripherals
    Take a look at which peripherals vendors grabbed CRN Channel Champions honors this year in multifunction printers, network color laser printers, flat panel displays and UPS/power management.
  • 6 Key Players In Digital Signage Software
    So far, digital signage has been a specialty niche. But it doesn't look like it will stay that way for long. Here's a snapshot of digital signage software vendors and their products, including some channel information.
  • Searching For The Digital Signage Market
    I used to be young, but now I'm old. As proof, I can remember writing a story about the inaugural season of Mitsubishi's Mark III giant outdoor screen at Dodger Stadium and sitting in the control room thinking what a cool new thing it was. Stadium screens are still cool, but not so new.
  • Selling Digital Signage Solutions
    Tom Johnson, president of Digital-AV, a Scala reseller and digital signage company, sheds light on how to handle customer concerns when selling digital signage solutions.
  • Digital Signs Point To The Channel
    A rising number of VARs are mulling the digital signage market, where declining display costs and off-the-shelf software are lowering the barriers to entry and a bounty of services opportunities promise healthy margins and recurring revenue.
  • Starting Out In Digital Signage
    Brent Brown of International Business Systems, a business technology integrator, explains what it takes to get up and running in selling digital signage solutions.
  • Patience is required, but the payoff in design consulting and recurring services can be handsome


    Digital Display/Signage
    Installation design and services are an indispensable way to see green in digital signage, according to the 2007 CRN Profitability Study.
  • Digital Sign Of The Times
    Digital signage involves more than just sticking a large screen in the middle of a lobby or airport. Besides understanding the technology, VARs deploying these solutions must keep this in mind: It's ultimately about communication.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Peripherals
    According to exclusive research by CRN and The NPD Group, here are the Channel Best-Sellers in Multifunction Printers, Color Laser Printers, Document Scanners, PC Projectors, Desktop LCDs and UPSes.
  • Rugged notebook; federally compliant monitors; security switch


    GovernmentVAR Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors
  • Samsung Launches Revamped Partner Program
    Samsung on Monday unveiled a redesigned Power Partner program featuring a completely new channel infrastructure, enhanced incentives and 30 new field reps to help solution providers generate demand.
  • Wide-screen displays are ready for some Vista action. The question for VARs is whether businesses are ready as well.


    Can Vista Make The Big Screen?
    Windows Vista is ringing in a new era of graphics, productivity and security capabilities -- not to mention hardware requirements -- but will the next generation of wide-screen displays be ready?

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