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USB Killer

Attack of the USB Killers: Coming to Your Clients’ Classrooms

What are USB Killers, and what does their existence say about the security behind your classroom/higher ed tech installations?

integration firm site, audio visual marketing plan

8 Mistakes Integrators Make When Designing Their Websites

Every integration firm knows a key part of an audio visual marketing plan is the website, but many have sites that still look like the year 2002…

AV business, AV company, audio visual business sale

Someone Wants to Buy Your Audio Visual Business: Now What?!

You’ve received an unsolicited offer to buy your audio visual business. What do you do now that your AV business might be for sale?

NFPA 72

Mass Notification: Intelligibility is NOT Optional

NFPA 72 national fire alarm and signaling code lays out guidelines property owners must achieve with voice evacuation and mass notification systems.

workplace technology, pervasive adoption

9 Tips to Help Clients Find ‘Pervasive Adoption’ of Their New Workplace Technology

No workplace technology is good enough to work without the employees being on board. Here are some tips for your clients to to get everyone primed for it.

access control

Think Access Control is All About the Key Card? This List of Alternative Uses Proves You Wrong

How access control has evolved from a pure security solution to something critical to business data — & ways you can visualize that for your business.

AV business mistakes

The Right Way to Learn from Your AV Business Mistakes

When working on an integration project, how often do we hear, “didn’t this happen last time?” Here’s how to actually fix your AV business mistakes.

security integrators, cyber security

Hackathons and Cash for Hackers: What the AV Industry Needs

AV, IoT and automation manufacturers need to better understand zero-day vulnerability. Trade show hackathons and cash for hackers should be seriously considered.

video collaboration projects, managed equipment, business analytics concept, businessman looking at dashboard with charts

Video Collaboration Projects Don’t Have to End: Switching to Managed Equipment

Video collaboration projects shouldn’t end so soon — but they don’t have to if AV integrators wisely use a business model focused on managed equipment.