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Proof that Disengaged Employees Are Dangerous to Your Business

According to a study conducted by PSNI, there is a huge threat to businesses when employees are disengaged, even by a small percentage.

InfoComm Study Unveils What Matters Most to Health Care End Users

InfoComm’s Vertical Markets End-User Perspective Studies shed light on health care trends integrators want to know about.

Stat Round Up: The Data Behind CI Industry Leader Success

A look at a few stand-out data points from our 2016 CI Industry Leader coverage.

The Data Says It All: Here’s What Matters Most to Hospitality End-Users

A small but revealing sample of findings in InfoComm’s Vertical Markets End-User Perspective Studies sheds light on hospitality trends.

The Ugly Truth About Employee Engagement and How to Fix It

With a recent study conducted by Steelcase revealing that 70 percent of employees are disengaged, workplaces need to evolve as their employees evolve, and this means straying away from some traditional workplace designs.

3-D Movie Fans, Here’s a Reason Not to Wear Your Glasses

MIT researchers are confident an emerging technology will eventually provide movie theaters with a no-glasses 3-D alternative.

The Results Are In: What Readers Value Most in Trade Associations

A survey of roughly 400 readers zeros in on which services offered by InfoComm and NSCA are most important to them.

6 Lingering Thoughts from Integration Business Outlook Webcast

Which market is most promising, why you’re set up to lose the margin battle and other takeaways from the annual strategic planning session.

Almo Pro A/V Execs Talk Programming, Differentiation, Economy and E4 AV Tour Tweaks

Sam Taylor and Melody Craigmyle explain their goals to continually evolve what it means to be a distributor in the AV integration market.

Eagle Eye Networks Survey Finds Wide Acceptance of Security Cameras on School Campuses

The study focuses on community attitudes concerning the use of video surveillance systems at schools and universities. The company also launches a $1 million cloud security grant program for schools.