Need help with math problems? A new Microsoft app will solve equations for you, but does it belong in the classroom?
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.
Even if you’re not doing any of these things, the message from “One Minute on the Internet” is there’s lots of info out there & you have to figure out how to use it.
An AV workforce pipeline is one of the industry’s biggest challenges. Your local high school, tech school or college is a great place to start.
Recent legislative bans and criticisms of facial recognition technology should give integrators pause when they consider offering it to customers.
If audio visual customers aren’t using the expensive system you installed, ask yourself if it’s the product they need, not the product you wanted to sell.
In a patent infringement lawsuit, Sonos says what smaller tech companies have long felt: big companies like Google and Amazon gain unfair advantages.
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.
A vacant theater in Worcester, Mass. is slated to become an esports arena after a $94 million project. AV integrators should be licking their chops.
The modern workplace—an open area with few barriers separating employees and managers that encourages collaboration—leaves little room for office privacy.
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.