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Mad Men Offers Glimpse at 1960s Office Technology

Mad Men’s portrayal of old-school office technology didn’t get as much attention as its depiction of day drinking. But it was still enjoyable to drink in.

Leveraging the Digital Workplace with Enterprise Visual Communications

It’s time to look beyond simple hardware, towards the convergence of AV and IT, unified communications and digital signage to energize the connected workplace.

People & Places: Media Vision Partners with Cardone, Solomon & Associates

Media Vision expands, finds a new manufacturer representative in Cardone, Solomon & Associates.

9 Reasons Huddle Rooms Are in High Demand

AMX lays out some rock-solid reasons behind the workplace trend toward providing employees with collaborative huddle spaces.

Yorktel Receives 2014 Frost & Sullivan Product Line Strategy Leadership Award

Yorktel says it has been honored for its commitment to developing next-generation video communications platforms.

Skype for Business: Yes, No or Maybe So?

Microsoft moves to claim the business communication market share by merging conferencing and collaboration platforms Skype and Lync.

How Smart Devices Help Streamline Field Service Operations

Today’s web- and applications-enabled smartphones and mobile technology allow for greater communications, tracking, monitoring and management.

Almo’s 2014 Meeting Rooms Resource Guide Now Available for Download

Learn about the transition of meeting spaces, what trends are here to stay and what the future of this space looks like.

AMX Enova DVX Passes JITC Testing, is First Conference Room Solution on U.S. APL

AMX lands first conference room control and switching solution on U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency’s Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (APL).

Whitlock Taps Microsoft Lync for Voice, Video, Data

At its annual Convergence event in Durham, N.C., Whitlock discusses the integration of Microsoft Lync into its unified communications portfolio.