The commercial AV industry saw continued growth and success in 2019 and is expected to again this year. While we all enjoy this recent success, it is important to be well-prepared for what may be on the horizon.
Although Nani never owned a computer and didn’t understand anything about the AV integration world, she can still impart some important lessons.
The commercial AV industry is changing rapidly. Just think back to the beginning of the decade way back in 2010. There is no doubt that we will see similar growth and evolution as we kick off 2020.
Wall Street Journal report about the previously unknown scale of a massive hacking attack against cloud providers should scare AV integrators.
If you say you’ll do something, then don’t follow through with it after a day or a week, what was the point of proclaiming it in the first place?
Breaking out the crystal ball to take a glimpse into the future and it looks like AI could play a major role in the next 12 months.
Integrators who haven’t tried a service-based model still need some convincing about why they should do it, even after CI Integrators of the Year told them.
As AV integrators adopt a managed services model, they should train staff on cybersecurity, hire dedicated IT staff and look into cybersecurity insurance.
AV service revenue isn’t easy: we understand why many integrators haven’t made the switch. But doing so will protect them from recession woes down the line.
As AV moves to a service-based model and merges with IT, integrators should be aware that MSPs are becoming a valuable target of cybercriminals.
Organizations are seeing a boon when implementing AV over IP technology, and integrators are finding happy customers when installing AV over IP. In this webinar, you’ll learn exactly why you need AV over IP.
The one-hour webinar will discuss the basics of fiber cable, as well as how its bandwidth capabilities support today’s and tomorrow’s AV formats, and guidelines for specifying and installing fiber products.