Photo of Fearing’s control system of choice, Crestron, has partnered with Zoom so that the API interface can be accessed on a Crestron touch panel. Fearing's is based in Madison WI.

Audio and Video Trends You Should Be Paying Attention to in 2019

Doug Fearing Uncategorized

Once again we find ourselves at the start of a new year. With a new year come new AV technology trends. Here’s what we expect out of 2019: 1) Meeting Rooms and Spaces are Changing Take a good hard look at your meeting room. How much has it changed? If you answered “not much” you will want to read on… …

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Four Questions to Consider When Choosing a Technology Integrator

Doug Fearing Audio, Audio/Video Design Build, Security, Uncategorized

For anyone responsible for technology operations in a company, you know how important it is to find the right technology integrator for your next big project . After all, it is on you to establish the IT systems to support the implementation of strategies set by upper management. Choose the wrong integrator partner, and you’re accountable for the aftermath–the delays, …

Video Surveillance Security: New Tech and Tips

Doug Fearing Security, Uncategorized

  The security needs of every business are different and with so many commercial security systems and services available, it’s important to be sure what system will work for you. In this article you’ll find some of the technological advances in commercial security explained and tips on what to look for in a new security system for your business. When …

Educating our Staff Helps us Educate our Clients

Doug Fearing Employee, Schools, Security, Uncategorized, Video

Have you ever worked with a company and asked questions about a product they carry and you quickly realize they have no familiarity with the product and you would be better off just doing your own research? At Fearing’s, we are grateful to work with vendors who are in line with our goals of ensuring everyone who works with customers …

Technology is great – when you understand it

Doug Fearing General, Security, Uncategorized, Video

We can all relate – when it comes to technology, it changes so fast, that unless you are a tech genius, it can be hard to figure it all out. In a visit to a large apartment complex in Madison recently, one of our team members commented on the elaborate video security system they had. The property manager’s response? It’s …

Is someone listening to your confidential conversations?

Doug Fearing Uncategorized

By law, companies have a responsibility to ensure conversations that are intended to be confidential are NOT to be heard by others. Considering HIPPA Laws, this is something every organization needs to take notice of. The question people ask is, “HOW can I create privacy in my business?” There are ways to do this and the solutions are getting better …

Welcome Bradley Lehman

Doug Fearing Uncategorized

Our New Sales & Marketing Administrator Yes, for those of you paying attention to last month’s announcement, we now have TWO “Bradleys”.  We are giving them nick names to keep them straight!  Here are the responses to our “Hot Seat” questions for our newest Bradley who is our new Sales & Marketing Administrator: My name is Bradley Lehman. I am the new Sales …

Welcome Bradley Zimmerman

Doug Fearing Uncategorized

We welcome Bradley Zimmerman as our new Service and Safety Manager for Fearing’s Audio, Video & Security! Bradley has over 16 years’ experience in management and supervision, and attended Madison College.  Bradley’s strengths are his strong attention to detail, organization, communication/interpersonal and customer service skills.  He is a father of four; his daughter who lives in the twin cities, is pursuing her career in art, and …

Solutions to office distractions and 7:1 ROI

Doug Fearing Uncategorized

Does this sound like you? You work in a cubical and you can’t focus because you have to listen to the guy next to you share with a client – yet again – “In my 20 years of experience, I would never . . .” or, having to listen to another coworker complaining about their lost sale story. Or how often do …