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Welcome to the exciting year of 2017! StrandVision wishes you and yours all the hope, wonder and joy that the new year can bring!
Digital Signage News
International Digital Signage Content
As a United States company, StrandVision Digital Signage obviously works well for English language digital signage content. Connect to more visitors and staff with International language digital signage content. Much of our automatic content can also be shown in French and Spanish. The system is designed so that most other international languages can be accomodated as well. (read more)
Tips & Techniques
StrandVision's Linux Digital Media Player Can Enhance Your Signage Network
StrandVision is a unique vendor that will support the installation and maintenance of your entire digital signage system whether you get the equipment from us or not. That said, there are benefitis to allowing us to provide screens, players and distribution hardware that are known to work together. Our R370 Linux media player not only makes your signage network easier to install and manage, but also has many other benefits. (learn more)
Keep Your Signage Secure With Individual Logins
With Russia's potential involvement in the most recent election, digital security continues to be a top concern for most every business. Your digital signage security is equally important. StrandVision Digital Signage stores everything about your account in encrypted databases behind tight firewalls with passwords that change many times per day. Your secure information such as credit card and login information is additionally stored behind 7 layers of encryption where a missing piece renders everything as jibberish. Obviously how you utilize the StrandVision login system is also important to keeping your digital signage content secure. It is important to remember to create individual user logins with secure passwords that are removed when the employee leaves your department. (learn more)