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News about Screenly, digital signage, IoT, Raspberry Pi and related technologies.

Introducing multi-user support for digital signage
Introducing multi-user support for digital signage

We’re constantly working on new features at Screenly. We aim to provide our users with all the features they need to manage their digital signs as easily as possible. In this spirit, we are proud to announce that Screenly now...

How digital signs in medical offices can improve the patient experience
How digital signs in medical offices can improve the patient experience

One of the most unpleasant parts of healthcare is the waiting room experience. Believe it or not, it can be as miserable to physicians as it is to patients. When patients face a series of delays, they become difficult to...

What is digital signage software?
What is digital signage software?

Digital signage software is a tool that enables users to manage their digital signage content and screens. With digital signage software, users can schedule content, create playlists, organize their screens into groups, and even diagnose playback issues that occur with...

Screenly 1 Player is now end-of-life
Screenly 1 Player is now end-of-life

Our first media player, the Screenly 1 Player, is now in end-of-life (EOL) status. This status means that we no longer provide support or maintenance for the product. We launched the Screenly 1 Player in 2013, and the product quickly...

Security with IoT devices and digital signage
Security with IoT devices and digital signage

Security with IoT devices and digital signage The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the growing network of physical devices that can now transfer data to and from the internet. The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that IoT technology will impact...

Screenly's February 2019 Newsletter
Screenly's February 2019 Newsletter

Hello again from the team! A lot has happened since our last update. Take a look below to see what we’ve been up to at Screenly. General updates We’re making some name changes at Screenly. First, we’re now calling our...