Create the Perfect Home Office Setup with the Latest Technology
When is the last time you upgraded your home office? Your home office needs to be comfortable enough to sit in for long hours and functional enough to encourage productivity and motivate you to focus on your work. The best home office setup should include a comfortable chair that supports your back, a desk with enough space to accommodate all your office equipment, high-quality AVsolutions for effective video conferencing, and a strong home network to support all your connected activities.
Read on to learn how the right audio-video equipment and a professional home network installation will make your home office in Rye, NY more functional for remote work today and tomorrow.
Get Ready for Outdoor Entertainment with High-Performance TVs and Speakers
Nothing is more relaxing than sitting by the pool and sipping an ice-cold drink. With warmer days on the horizon, it’s time to start thinking about outdoor entertaining as well. Lounging by the pool is fun, but if you want to dazzle your guests, a sophisticated outdoor entertainment system is the way to go. You can light up your backyard or garden and fill the air with music or have your movie night outdoors. Whatever your flavor, your Westchester County home will be the envy of all the neighbors after a new audio-video system installation from the experts at Advanced Home Audio.
When you get home after a long day of work, you likely turn the lights on first before taking off your shoes and changing clothes to relax. Our homes are our safe places, where we come to rest and reset before going back out into the world the next day. Lighting plays such an essential part in creating that serene environment. Different types of illumination play different roles in each space, from ambient to task lighting. That’s why it’s critical to have a sophisticated lighting control system to create just the right atmosphere in every room of your Greenwich, CT home.
Eliminate Dropped Conference Calls with Home Video Conferencing.
We’ve all been there. You’re trying to share your PowerPoint presentation with a client, and when you get to the real substance of your talk, you freeze. It's not nerves; it's your internet connection. You are asked to repeat yourself, maybe log off and back on, all while your client stares at the clock and your frozen screen.
This is the nightmare of video conferencing remotely. And while you can adjust your internet settings and router, your computer or laptop's limitations make it impossible to do much else, like work simultaneously in other programs. And forget about call quality. But with a home video conferencing system integrated into your home automation system, you can have the quality and stability you have in the office conference room.