Prevent future assaults through immediate identification

Doug Fearing Employee, General, Schools, Security, Video

If only a suspect could be identified immediately after an incident, it could mean one less child would be violated. As tough as this subject is, it can really come down to the evidence and information law enforcement has access to.  In the recent incidents in Madison, Wisconsin, at two popular shopping locations; both have surveillance video of the suspect. …

Congratulations to WTS Paradigm

Doug Fearing General

A Space that Partners Technology and Raw Materials—Much Like WTS Paradigm’s Products. The new WTS Paradigm building showcases industry pride, attention to detail, and incorporates both technology and a sense of play into the work environment. Middleton, WI (PRWEB) February 11, 2015 “It was done in a way that gives us a good balance of work and fun,” states Henry, …

Thank You All Attendees and Sponsors of Schools for Haiti Fundraiser

Doug Fearing General

Schools For Haiti organization, Lois, and I would like to thank all of you who helped make the 1st Annual Schools For Haiti Dinner and Silent Auction Event on March 29th a major success! A very special thanks to our sponsors who made the event possible. This update is a little slow in coming but the contributions continued to trickle …

Creating Speech Privacy in the Office

Doug Fearing Audio, General

Sound masking (also called “white noise”, “pink noise”, or “speech privacy” systems) is a must when it comes to verbal communication privacy in commercial buildings. The HIPAA privacy law makes speech privacy a requirement in health care facilities and medical clinics and its value in the business world has dramatically increased as open office plans become more prevalent due to …

Bring Your Child to Work Day 2014

Doug Fearing Employee, General

Thursday, April 24th is National Bring Your Child to Work Day, and some of the people in the office are definitely participating! Our Business Development Executive, Chris Matson, brought in his two youngest to spend some time with him. We hope they enjoyed the time in the office,and it looks like our Steelcase Education Node Chair got put to great …

The Next Level of Digital Signage

Doug Fearing Audio, General, Video

While we may have noticed as more and more companies are embracing digital and digital signage is becoming more of the norm, there is more to it than just putting up large monitors and connecting a PC running Power Point. We live in an age where nearly everyone is engaged with the content through their mobile device that is constantly …

What is a Hero: Meet Kesmy St. Louis

Doug Fearing General

This is the 2nd blog in a series on everyday people who are making a difference in Haiti, the poorest nation in the western hemisphere. There is a scene from the movie 42: The Jackie Robinson Story, in which Wendell Smith, the person assigned by Branch Rickey to be Jackie’s chronicler and advance man, picks up Jackie from the airport after …

Strategic Techie Trends for 2014

Doug Fearing General, Uncategorized

2014 is well underway and while we have already started to experience some of the many trends, it’s important to know and understand the strategic  technological trends that are going to make a big splash this year and continue to do so. Gartner, an information technology research and advisory company on the East Coast, released in 2013 the top 10 …

Education Benefiting from Structured Cabling

Doug Fearing Audio, General, Security, Video

Consider the way education facilities are changing as technology is integrated enhancing classrooms and creating more versatile and virtual learning environments. Schools are passing large amounts of data daily through their servers and data centers as hundreds of students and teachers are accessing it for lectures, class forums and assignments. Technology continues to evolve and as more and more is …

September’s Hot Seat

Doug Fearing Employee, General

Jamie Fearing The month of September’s employee hot seat spotlight is none other than Jamie Fearing. The lucky winner of my ultimate “eenie meenie miney mo” strategy, Jamie is Fearing’s Purchasing Manager. She also happens to be the oldest daughter of Co-Founders, Doug and Lois Fearing, and her dedication to her family is evident both in and outside of work. …