Despite the trendiness of social media marketing, integrators looking to make a splash in the burgeoning resimercial market may want to adopt a more old-school approach.
The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating the remote work and conference room trend, providing an opportunity for AV integrators to help customers return to work.
Left to fend for themselves at home, remote workers are struggling to find quality, affordable webcams and other AV devices.
The HEROES Act, proposed $3 trillion economic stimulus bill, aims to provide more relief to small businesses and families hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.
LinkedIn, already an active pro AV plaform, is offering new virtual event and live streaming services that can help integrators make connections.
Because of COVID-19, people are flocking to esports to fill their need for competition, and that is opening the door for AV integrators.
Zoom plans to leverage Keybase’s encryption and security expertise to build end-to-end encryption that can reach current Zoom scalability.
With doors closed to worshipers, churches are turning to technology like livestreaming to spread their message. That AV opportunity is expected to continue.
Microsoft has announced several new Teams-certified devices that AV integrators should consider when setting up conferencing systems.
AV industry consultant Tom Stimson hopes AV and live events companies are using the unexpected downtime because of the pandemic to make big changes.
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.