Forbes leadership strategy analyst John Welsh’s recent article on ways technology is changing employee development has us thinking on account of all the technology decision makers who’re tasked with overseeing corporate development at their institution. You may already have overseen a project where these technologies were installed for the purpose of an every-day operation; but are […]
What is unified communications? With hundreds of new products and seemingly dozens of sub-categories, it’s more difficult than ever to come up with a comprehensive unified communications definition. It’s even more difficult to define if you’re trying to convince someone you need it. So why not hear a direct pitch from someone who could end […]
What parts of the U.S. office market are most primed for adoption of flexible workspace tech? Boston, San Francisco, New York, Silicon Valley & Austin.
Most of you probably don’t manage IT for large entertainment companies, but Medieval Times Atlanta’s latest integration project left a stunning impression on customers without them even knowing a project was underway. Marty Huntoon is a member of the systems design team at integrator All Pro, who implemented the original lighting design in the early […]
The amount of InfoComm end users on the show floor each year — that’s you — sometimes stirs up controversy on the integrator side. Don’t misunderstand: they want and need your business, but the key issue is the projection that InfoComm parent organization AVIXA projects. AVIXA executive director David Labuskes made it his mission at InfoComm 2018 to […]
Organizations use pro video products differently in 2018 than in the past and, as a result, video solutions such as displays, video processing, video editing solutions and projection have become more essentially to how information is presented. Think about it. Video is used for digital signage in company lobbies and in the cafeterias. Meetings that […]