Our new line of Symphony POP boxes are geared toward bringing a smile to your face and some life to your workspace. These clamp-on and under-table box options just got a Pop of Color added to them. No more boring, dull office designs leaving much to be desired.
Hawthorne Elementary School recently renovated theMedia Center. With new furniture, power and data were required at eachcollaborationtable.Thetablesareusedbybothstudents and faculty and are essential for working in groups. Smart-Waywaschosenforitsverylowprofileandabilityto carry data and power.
Quick, easy and affordable on-floor, wire-management system now available as an in-floor solution with numerous enhancements
The new Smart-Way in-floor alternative comes complete with two pairs of edging that allow installation in, or on any carpet, wood, tile, or laminate flooring between .21” - .38” high - without the need to purchase additional parts. A no-transition edging option is available in 3-foot lengths that allows two raceways to reside side-by-side for usage in any flooring .38” - .50” high. The raceway sections will now be available in 1 or 3-foot lengths with a three part (1’, 2’, 3’) saw-less installation kit giving customers the flexibility to address their specific spatial requirements.
It’s the sentiment, not the volume, of posts that matters.
For companies to stay relevant and competitive, innovation is essential. But being too innovative risks turning consumers off and generating negative word-of-mouth. When Toyota introduced the Prius, the first mass-produced hybrid car, the initial consumer buzz put the car’s future in some jeopardy. The design looked odd to consumers. The public and auto critics panned its unique features and user interface. But the quirky Prius, which was adopted by a handful of vocal celebrities, eventually won drivers over with its focus on fuel economy and lower emissions.
Certain inventions show us that it doesn’t matter how amazing an innovation is if no one needs it.
One way of explaining the consumer issue that makes promising tech fall flat involves a concept that author Steven Johnson labels the “adjacent possible,” which I’ve written about before. Johnson says there are two key factors that determine whether a technology takes off: how good it is, and how much the public needs it and is ready to embrace it.
Innovation is like a garden — you need to create an environment where it can flourish.
When you live and work in Silicon Valley and talk about it with people who don’t, you get used to a look in their eyes that begs, “What’s the secret sauce?” People know it’s where innovation happens, and many want to know how they can make it happen where they work, too.
The rise of remote working is making companies more focused on the spaces they create to bring people together.
I haven’t worked in an office — a proper office — since 2008. Back then, I had a cubicle plastered with sticky notes and a desk chair of questionable ergonomic value. I had meetings in the conference room, lunch at my desk. I had colleagues in cubicles nearby for advice and gossip. I had mice who left the tiny evidence of their nightly visits in my desk drawers.
Symphony Linx a big hit with a panel of judges and editors, experts in the pro-AV industry
Symphony Linx, manufactured by FSR, is a recipient of the Future Best of Show Award, presented at the 2019 InfoComm Show by AV Technology. Future’s Best of Show Awards are evaluated by a panel of judges and editors, experts in the pro-AV industry, and are selected from submitted products based on a range of criteria including innovation, ease of use, quality, return on investment, and market relevance.
At NeoCon 2019 we showcased solutions necessary for today’s connected workspaces. Our focus was to manufacture products that would transform transform ordinary workspaces into technology-rich environments. Smart Design + Smart Technology = Smart Collaboration
FSRConnectivity.com leverages elegance and technology to bring web visitors stunning yet practical work space
FSR, a leading designer and manufacturer of power, data and audio/video solutions for the contract office furniture industry, has announced the launch of a website dedicated to showcasing its solutions and sharing information about today’s interconnected workspaces.
FSR, a leading designer and manufacturer of power, data and audio/video solutions for the contract office furniture industry, has announced the launch of a CET Designer Extension for the Company’s collaboration, connectivity and communications solutions. CET Designer, owned and developed by Configura – a global software solutions company - is an all-in-one platform that serves as a guide throughout the entire space planning and product configuration process up to, and including, sales.
Cable Management Collection combines style with function for an elegant and efficient workspace
FSR, a leading designer and manufacturer of power, data and audio/video solutions for the contract office furniture industry, is introducing a simple, economical and elegant solution to camouflage and manage the unsightly gaggle of wires and cables necessary for today’s connected workspaces.
Three different series blend elegance with function
FSR is a leading designer and manufacturer of power, data and audio/video solutions for the contract office furniture industry. In today’s interconnected world, the workspace extends beyond the physical building, offices and boardrooms. FSR’s product line of collaborative solutions are designed to address the way we work and approach business in the 21st century.