Topic: InfoComm

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People & Places: Integrated Audio Systems Earns InfoComm APEx Designation
CI takes a look at the latest news in the industry: Integrated Audio Systems becomes 50th InfoComm APEx Company, Premier Mounts opens a state-of-the-art Northeast distribution center, LG expands U.S. sales channels for LED lighting solutions, and more.
InfoComm’s New Strategic Plan Targets Increased Industry Awareness, Brand Change
Executive director David Labuskes says 2017 plan builds on 2014 document, adding more metrics for those involved to track its success.
Why You’ll Probably Want to Hire this College Freshman in a Few Years
ICIF grant recipient Michael Hannum spent the summer before his freshman year in college learning integration and gaining plenty of AV and project experience.
InfoComm’s Labuskes: Direct-to-Consumer Products Might Actually be Good for Integrators
Labuskes says opening more direct channels between manufacturers and end users is in fact enhancing the channel, not replacing it, and AV professionals will be challenged with creating valuable solutions, and experiences, for their customers.
Integrated Audio Systems Becomes 50th InfoComm APEx Company
Program recognizes AV integrators and designers that set high standards for employee training and certification and delivers exceptional solutions.
How This AV Newbie Is Shaping the Future of the Industry
Jesse Scarborough looks to increase awareness of career opportunities in AV integration as chairman of fledgling InfoComm council.
Why These 3 Hiring Methods Fail and These 5 Succeed
In order to find, and keep, good talent in the integration field, integrators need to find the right combination of personality traits, work ethic, and measurable skills in a job candidate and avoid making common hiring mistakes.
Damn Right Kramer Is Shifting toward IT but It’s Taking AV with It
In a candid interview, Kramer execs discuss big opportunities on the IT side, becoming more software-centric, plans to sell solutions as-a-service and bold distribution plans
KanexPro’s 4K UltraHD HDMI Audio Decoder Has a Nice Sound to It
KanexPro’s latest audio converter is designed to extract the encoded multi-channel LPCM, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS-HD 5.1 from HDMI sources to optical audio output and decode to 2 CH’s analog stereo audio via RCA (L/R) and COAX outputs without any other external AV equipment.
Back to School: 25 Popular Educational Solutions for This School Year
Interactive whiteboards, wireless presentation systems, full-range ceiling speakers and laser projectors are just a few of the education solutions on the market to help schools and universities solve learning challenges during the 2016-2017 school year.
Not Promoting Your Company May Be Costing You Smart Candidates
Today’s job seekers are like consumers shopping for a career, which means that companies need to work on and promote their career brands.
Trade Shows: How Valuable Are They?
With companies such as Extron and Crestron exiting various trade shows, questions arise as to why these big-name companies are leaving, and what it means for the value of trade shows.

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