StrandVision Digital Signage Screen Saver

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StrandVision Digital Signage Screen Saver

Nov 23, 2011 12:18 PM

StrandVision Digital Signage unveiled a new screen saver capability for StrandVision networks that extends companies signage networks to employees’ desktops to further reinforce employee communication messaging. It is ideal for human resources communications of employee benefits, reinforcement of corporate goals/missions, general business marketing, news and events, or special announcements, such as weather-related bulletins. The appllication is compatible with Microsoft Windows operating systems. A StrandVision preconfigured, on-premise server, or Linux signage player is required for installations of more than 10 computers. Price: $499 and up




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