Social distancing guidelines & gov. restrictions are closing dining rooms, leading to a surge in drive-thru use and an opportunity for technology providers.
Zoom is exploding in popularity due to the coronavirus, but the videoconferencing platform is making other headlines for the wrong reasons.
Ari Fuchs shares 10 steps The DAK Group says you should take to make sure your AV businesses remain viable during—and long after—the COVID-19 pandemic.
My dislike of the annual parade of fake news stories and product pitches is nothing new, but it seems especially tasteless during the coronavirus outbreak.
Engaging, immersive AV installations can help us rediscover art, entertainment and culture when we’re allowed to go back into public.
Your communications team should stay plugged into the COVID-19 news cycle, focus on the positive and research your audience’s attitudes.
USAV Group director Patrick Whipkey outlines some of the ways AV integrator businesses can address needs & concerns during COVID-19 pandemic.
Gallagher Staging supports medical community by deploying its resources for the price of trucking and labor fees, encourages others to follow their lead.
Selling audio visual design services — as a service — boils down to both return on investment (ROI) and return on objectives (ROO).
The news may be bleak right now, but small, local pro AV small businesses have a reason to be a little more optimistic once this is all over.
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.