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Timing Right for Microsoft Exhibiting at InfoComm
The IT giant exhibiting at the once AV-centric event reflects the opportunities IT-savvy AV integrators have, according to CompTIA.

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Healthcare.gov Fiasco Doesn’t Surprise Government Integrators
For experienced government contractor, it's easy to see how clients' rigid project management, lack...
Mercer University Unites Under Cloud Monitors
With 150 buildings and 2,700 computers across three campuses, Mercer University’s IT department faced daunting...
Health Care & Technology: Moving Convergence Forward
The health care market represents a lucrative opportunity for integrators who know their way...


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Understanding & Tackling Top 5 Cloud Security Concerns
Integrators must prepare themselves to at least have the knowledge to handle customer questions when it comes to a potential cloud migration.

Gefen introduces SI-friendly signal management software suite
Syner-G suite has the capability to discover, control, monitor, manage and upgrade Gefen products over a local IP infrastructure and through direct connections using USB.

Robust, reliable technology for the Commonwealth Games
Riedel designed a radio comms solution for use across Glasgow and at the 14 venues hosting 17 different sporting competitions.

Can You Really Future-Proof an IP Network?
There are a few things you can do to optimize commercial network today for new developments -- like IoT, hacker bots, cloud services and 4K -- tomorrow.

What Has David Labuskes Accomplished in 1.5 Years?
The executive director of InfoComm knows he isn't "the new guy anymore", and his direction for the trade organization will be on display at InfoComm, June 14-20 in Las Vegas.

Crestron’s New 4K UHD Certification Program: What Does it Mean?
Crestron claims to be the only organization that can create and certify a 4K Ultra HD ecosystem from end-to-end. Marketing speak or the real deal?

CompTIA: Cloud, Mobility Remain Top IT Trends
Finding ways to use big data and growth in software are other parts of IT industry upswing.

Timing Right for Microsoft Exhibiting at InfoComm
The IT giant exhibiting at the once AV-centric event reflects the opportunities IT-savvy AV integrators have, according to CompTIA.

First AVnu-Certified Products Are Extreme Networks Summit X440 Series
The AVB featured product family will be on display at Integrated Systems Europe 2014.

Analyzing the Significance of Microsoft Exhibiting at InfoComm 2014
With AV-IT convergence now more real than ever, how will the show—and industry—change?



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