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What Obamacare Means For Your Small Business
Learn how to find low insurance prices, take advantage of tax credits and employ private health insurance within your business.

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Net Neutrality and the New Reality of Who Might Get Sued
Inside the FCC's Communications Act and what it means for integrator services like video...
Contract Mumbo Jumbo You Really Should Read
10 things integrators glaze over in the contracts they sign, but then pay for it.
Spectrum Changes Pose Major Threat to Wireless Microphones
If too much space is sold off, somebody will have to lose. Still unknown...


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What Obamacare Means For Your Small Business
Learn how to find low insurance prices, take advantage of tax credits and employ private health insurance within your business.

What’s Missing in 313 Pages of Net Neutrality Rules?
Having finally read the elusive Net Neutrality rules document, de factor spokes person on how Net Neutrality will affect the integration industry Josh Srago pulls no punches in his latest column.

Net Neutrality and the New Reality of Who Might Get Sued
Inside the FCC's Communications Act and what it means for integrator services like video conferencing, unified communications and remote monitoring.

Extron Settles Patent Lawsuit Against Crestron
Lawsuit claimed willful infringement of Extron patents related to the company’s Retractor product line.

Understanding Audibility Requirements for Emergency Communication
Learn where and when you may need to heed audibility requirements of fire alarm and emergency communications systems based on how NFPA 72 has addressed the intelligibility issue.

How Much Are Your RMR Accounts Really Worth?
We talk a lot about the value of recurring monthly revenue (RMR) in building your business valuation and developing an exit strategy. Here are three big mistakes dealers make that hurt their RMR account valuations.

Stricter California Lighting Standards Take Effect
The state of California’s updated Title 24 energy efficiency standards went into effect July 1. Commercial integrators should familiarize themselves with the changes, as well as how to capitalize on this push for greater lighting and energy savings.

The AIA Contract: Friend, Foe or Just a Lot of Reading?
One attorney and owner of a custom integration firm examines the the construction contracts offered by the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Gefen Signs Brand Protection Agency for Pricing Regulation
Gefen and the Brand Protection Agency team up to oversee Gefen’s minimum advertised price policy.

Avoid Getting Your Mother or Your Business Sued
Are you being smart in protecting your business against lawsuits and liability? One lawyer and owner of a custom integration firm highlights tips, loopholes, and laws you should be aware of.



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Craig, I probably spent 8 + hours of booth duty in front of the Surface Hub.  The end user feedback there…

Posted by RBonham on 2015 06 26 · commented on
'Microsoft Gets It Right at InfoComm 2015'.

I think the Key Note address was somewhat revealing on the subject of Big Data and our industry’s disposition.…

Posted by billmullin on 2015 06 25 · commented on
'Is WOW the Right Word? The Lack of Innovation at InfoComm 2015'.

Dan - all great points. I don’t think anyone would/should question your respect for the industry for…

Posted by Ernie Beck on 2015 06 25 · commented on
'Is WOW the Right Word? The Lack of Innovation at InfoComm 2015'.

We love this industry and our noble competitors keep us on our toes, always pushing us to serve our customers…

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'Microsoft Partners with AV Integrators to Deploy Surface Hub [Updated]'.