Technology is taking the restaurant industry by storm and the larger percentage of diners agree that it actually improves their guest experience. Global fast food chains like McDonald’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Applebees and Red Robin, for instance, are using technology as a fast and convenient way of ordering food. Digital menus are the next big thing and by the convenience and efficiency they are already providing in restaurants, one can tell that they are here to stay.
You may believe that places where medical personnel work, like hospitals, ambulances, emergency rooms, or other clinical settings, are pretty much bacteria free. The truth, however, is another matter. Some of the worst bacterial infections come from these places, and no matter how hard anyone tries, coming in contact with a device that has been contaminated, could lead to a nasty bacterial infection. Continue reading Protect EMS Workers and Patients with NuShield Anti-Bacterial Triple A Films
One of the hottest trends in the retail world is in store digital signage. Gas stations, transportation stations and other outlets have featured simple digital signage for many years, and they’re frequent sights above American highways. But as the prices of LCD and LED screens have plummeted, retailers are stepping up their game.
Tailgate parties are some of the best parties you can ever have. The crowd, the food, the festival, the excitement, it all comes together at a tailgate party.
Of course, what would modern tailgating be without a large television to keep you up to date about other games. But the reflections on the tv screen can ruin the fun, which is why you need an anti-glare protective film for your TV screen.
If you attend a large church you probably used to seeing large television monitors spread throughout the sanctuary. As churches get bigger, more and more are tapping into the power of large screens that help the congregation follow the proceedings up front. Especially in churches that hold over 1,000 members.
Most modern meeting and conference rooms have flat LCD displays mounted on the wall. These monitors are sleek and energy-efficient, especially compared to projectors and CRT monitors or televisions. They allow presenters to easily display information for their audience, and viewers can easily and clearly read the screen from a long distance away.
As the healthcare field continues to embrace the technology of touchscreen devices to enhance patient care and make the work environment more efficient, various recent studies have revealed that computer monitors, laptops, tablets and other displays are spreading germs and harboring harmful bacteria. Since individuals use these types of devices throughout the average day, and many of them are shared by multiple doctors, nurses and other professionals, a build-up of fingerprints and contaminants is common. As a result, frequent cleaning is often necessary to prevent streaks, glare, and most importantly- the spread of germs.
What was once a luxury is now a necessity. These days, every college student needs a computer of their own. With a computer, students can read files, communicate with professors and classmates, and work on papers without having to go to a library or computer lab.
It might still be warm outside, but as the calendar turns to Labor Day, many children are gearing up for the new school year, and parents are busy stocking up on back-to-school supplies.
If you watch PBS’ new medical miniseries, Mercy Street, you will see that the nurses and doctors of the Civil War era did not engage in hygienic practices or germ protection. The series chronicles two volunteer nurses from the north and south who work at the Mansion House Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia. The series shows that the cleanliness of the medical professionals in the Civil War era pales in comparison to modern day standards. Thankfully, things have changed drastically over the past century. Continue reading Medical Safety: Triple A Films Provide Germ Protection on National Nurses Day, and All Other Days