August 14, 2018

5 Ways Digital Signage Can Make Trade Show Marketing Easier, More Effective and Impressive

Trade Shows. They’re often the most stressful and chaotic marketing activities. They cost a significant investment in time, money and resources, which puts a lot of pressure on marketing to showcase your company’s products or services and maximize your ROI.
May 4, 2018

Easily Work Hard, Bike Harder

You know what they say: work hard, bike harder! At Skykit (and our parent company – Agosto) we wear our Minneapolis-pride on our sleeves (and our […]
February 15, 2018

Use Digital Signage to Improve Employee Engagement & Workplace Culture Today!

Today’s workforce is changing rapidly. According to Deloitte, HR departments are hyper-focused on finding new ways to improve company culture and employee engagement in order to retain talent and keep teams productive.
December 5, 2017

DAVANNI’S Restaurants Deliver Promotional Content From the Cloud

Skykit allows DAVANNI’S the flexibility and control to manage content at a very detailed level, such as unique menu items available at select restaurants, through our easy-to-use labeling feature, as well as allowing content schedules in real-time
November 16, 2016

Agosto Aims to Simplify the Search for Content Management Solutions with New Comprehensive Digital Signage Guide

The comprehensive guide was developed in response to the questions Agosto encounters in the digital signage content management field, and is free and easy to download.
September 1, 2016

Digital Signage and Pokémon Go for Local Businesses

In July of 2016, the landscape of the world changed virtually after a colorful, animated war broke out. Everywhere across the globe, soldiers, both young and old, could be found wandering the land with square, lighted devices in their hands. (a.k.a. smartphones.) The soldiers aren’t dressed in camouflage, but in plain clothes. Usually. They don’t wear helmets and they move in packs. Usually. They are the players of Pokémon Go, a mobile device game where users locate, capture, battle, and train virtual creatures. The game, created by Niantic, uses a GPS locator to place the creatures in the same real-world location as the player. The game has gained extreme popularity worldwide.
August 22, 2016

Which Digital Signage Software is Right for My Business?

So you want to move into the land of digital signage. You’ve seen the benefits and you want a piece of it. The next step is to choose a software that is simple to use, makes sense, and gives you peace of mind moving forward. And as digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising, (or network digital advertising, or digital signage) begins to grow, so do the many software options available to users. Depending on what you are doing with your digital display, you’ll need a software that responds to what you need. In a word, the software you choose will be the deciding factor in how you deliver your message to the masses. Your message needs to be effective, for without an effective message, you’re digital campaign will fall flat on its face. Let’s take a deep dive into what attributes and levels of performance you should be looking for in digital signage software so you can make an educated decision when it comes time to buy.
August 15, 2016

Outdoor Signage and Social Media at the Rio Olympics

The Olympics take it up a notch every year. From the opening ceremony to the carrying of the torch to the brilliant team colors worn by competitors from every country, one would think that the Olympics in Rio has everything they need for the most spectacular show on earth. And they do… They have everything, including some incredible outdoor digital signage that brings the 2016 Rio Olympics to a space where it is safe to say that any Olympic event today, in any location, has the ability to be the most technologically advanced event in the world.
August 8, 2016

Google Digital Signage: Chromecast, Chromebit, and Chromebox

As Google digital signage grows, so do the pieces of hardware and software available to users. Google has stepped up with different kinds of hardware to help users make the most of their technological needs. The hardware required to complete a digital signage solution is typically a commercial-grade screen and a media player. There are lots of options out there for displays. There are also lots of options out there for media players, and for Google, that includes the Chromecast, Chromebit, and Chromebox. But what’s the difference between the three?