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Operations Centers: Critical Support Across Your Organization

Operations centers. War rooms. Command and control. Emergency operations. These terms bring to mind a certain image: dark rooms where rows of operators, hunkered down at their console desks, collaborate using information on a large monitor wall while critical events unfold. While this is certainly the case for a lot of operations centers, there are many other types of applications for 24/7/365 monitoring that have been developed in recent years. The possibilities are greater now than ever before. A centralized command center serves as the “nerve center” of an organization. It provides unified oversight and control of its most important functions. An operations center enhances situational awareness for YOUR critical mission – whatever that may be.infographic detailing 4 kinds of command centers: marketing hubs, cybersecurity centers, fleet operations centers, and hospital control roomsA wide range of applications includes cybersecurity operations, network operations, marketing hubs, fleet operations centers, and hospital mission control rooms, among other more traditional applications such as security and emergency operations centers. These rooms can look like anything from NASA mission control to a bright social media monitoring hub. The world’s top organizations use command centers for a variety of reasons – but when it comes to who they trust to create them, they use Constant Technologies.To find out how an operations center can benefit your company, contact us today.

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Constant Technologies, Inc. provides AV integration for 24/7 video walls and custom operation center furniture. With 30+ years experience we can work with sensitive environments in the public and private sectors. Constant designs, installs and services projects of all scopes and sizes around the world. We create solutions with the highest levels of security, aesthetics and functionality in mind.

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