Introducing Sound Management by Assurance Media

Assurance Media is proud to announce our partnership with industry leading sound masking solutions provider Cambridge Sound Management.


Most workplaces today feature open floor plans with smaller, and often shared, workstations. Lower partitions and less sound absorptive materials such as hard or glass surfaces and thinner walls and doors are used in modern office construction and retrofits and without a plan for managing sound around the office there can be unnecessary noise distractions that cause real business problems. More →

Team Meeting and Wipeout!

The whole Assurance Media team comes together twice a year for our bi-annual company meetings to review our progress toward goals, to talk about how to be the best we can be and to celebrate our Customer Satisfaction Maniacs. We applaud the efforts of our teammates who went above and beyond in servicing our customers in the first half of this year and were happy to announce some new partnerships with manufacturers. More →

Assurance Media’s Habitat for Humanity Day

On a Saturday morning the Assurance Media team gathered once again to help Habitat for Humanity’s New Castle County’s latest project. The building will be used to house out-of-town volunteers staying for weeks at a time to help with other projects around New Castle County. Eventually the house will be re-purposed and given to a family in need, as all other Habitat homes are. More →

Cables Threaten Downtime

A quick Infographic on often overlooked aspects of outdated, overworked and insecure data and voice cabling infrastructure.

Avoid the high cost of downtime! Give us a call or fill out a contact form and set up a free data & voice infrastructure consultation. More →

The Leading Edge Newsletter: Spring Edition

Winter is gone…. but not forgotten.

With the return of spring, it’s easy to forget about the last few winters. In fact, winter weather damage cost businesses nearly $5 billion in the last two winter seasons.

Vaughn in bucket

This winter we saw exterior cameras full of water and even a data center with five inches of standing water, just to name a few examples of winter impact. More →