TOP
STORIES
 1 of 5
17-Foot Projection Screen at Heart of Company's Collaboration Strategy
Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. embraces collaboration in ambitious technology renovation of a historic Boston building.
 2 of 5
Inside the Installation: 'BioWall' is Outdoor HD Masterpiece
United Therapeutics’ BioWall is a 16' by 9' state of the art HD video wall designed to relax, educate, and inspire passersby 24 hours a day.
 3 of 5
University of Oregon Builds Football Performance Center for Champions
With stunning AV systems installed by CompView Audio Visual, this school's new athletic center is unlike any other.
 4 of 5
Video Gallery: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Soaks the Industry
In the last couple weeks, the AV industry has stepped up to participate in the fight against ALS -- and dump freezing cold water on the heads of their bosses and colleagues. Here's CI's roundup of Ice Bucket Challenge videos, the AV edition.
 5 of 5
Red Thread: Furniture Company or Change Agent?
Born out of an office furniture manufacturer, Red Thread is having different audio-video conversations than any other integrator — and clients like what it’s saying.
Fiscal Cliff: 5 Business Lessons to Learn
What businesses should learn from the government's inability to tackle the national debt.

Photos [5]


Previous
Photo 1 of 5

Divided Leadership: While I understand the need for a two party (or more) system, there is a fundamental flaw that comes along with such a system when it comes to advancing policies. Businesses are ultimately bound together by one common goal even when their leadership is divided -- the bottom line. In the government, there is no shared vision. Even within a given party, leaders at the highest levels can have divergent interests. This makes it nearly impossible to enact meaningful change. Until our leaders on both sides of the aisle determine that reform is needed and that it is going to take sacrifice both in revenue and entitlements, nothing will move forward the way it needs to.

The Lesson: No common goals combined with no common vision equal no meaningful progress.

Image courtesy of David Shankbone/Flickr


  • Latest
  • Blogs
  • Photos
  • Resources
Nextivity Cel-Fi Pro Signal Booster Includes LTE Coverage

As its reseller program reaches 500 dealers, Nextivity releases third-generation cell phone signal booster called the Cel-Fi Pro with a faster processor, more gain, echo cancellation, and LTE coverage for AT&T subscribers.

Inside Sharp’s New AQUOS BOARD Interactive Display
On Controls Automation Software 4.0 Allows for 3rd Party Compatibility
Cambridge Sound Management Enables Individual Room Sound Masking
Sennheiser Adds Dante Integration to Digital 9000 Microphone System
View more news
Camera Drone Integration to Take Off in 2015

In the coming year, as legislation is enacted and products simplified, expect companies across many verticals to utilize camera drones in security and surveillance applications.

Understanding & Tackling Top 5 Cloud Security Concerns
Keep It Cool: 3 Rack Ventilation Methods
What Are You Thinking… Not Managing Your Customers’ Experiences?
6 Tips for Trimming Financial Fat
View more blog posts



Recent comments

I go through your blog. The content is very good and informative. we will wait for your future posts. Thanks…

Posted by helpingtimes on 2014 09 18 · commented on
'Cambridge Sound Management Enables Individual Room Sound Masking'.

Hi, your work quality is so good, such kind of standard work process is not easy to find. we are also doing…

Posted by Manoj solanki on 2014 09 17 · commented on
'Multiple new RCF installations in South Korea'.

I really appreciate that your blog about Ultimate camera drones coming soon. Utilize as for intelligence.…

Posted by Brandon Smith on 2014 09 15 · commented on
'Camera Drone Integration to Take Off in 2015'.

This article contains some of the most informative content I’ve read in quite some time. The points…

Posted by Retail Management Software on 2014 09 13 · commented on
'coolux introduces latest version software for media and show control system'.