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Distance Learning

Almo Professional A/V Equips Partners for New Era in Distance Learning

Almo adds expanded services for bandwidth, hotspot and security, new partnership with Cattura Video and webinar on distance-learning preparedness.


Touchless, BYOD Systems Will Dominate in Post-Pandemic Returns to Work and School

AtlonaComm 20 session on the importance to automation in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic shares tips on best practices for integrators and users.


Teatrx Provides Bring-Your-Own-Device Presentation to Triovest

Commercial real estate advisory and capital firm sought to outfit its meeting rooms with bring-your-own-device style presentation equipment.


Teatrx Marries AV and IT for Collaboration at Choice Properties REIT

Teatrx designed seven multi-functioning meeting rooms for the ongoing collaboration of clients and employees at small office.

McCann Systems

McCann Systems Outfits 453,000-Square-Foot Akamai Headquarters

he largest cybersecurity company in Massachusetts, Akamai, has consolidated multiple campus locations into a new, 19-story, 453,000sqft headquarters that is bursting with audiovisual technology integrated by McCann Systems.

Zoom Hardware as a Service

Zoom’s Hardware-as-a-Service Offering Spells Out Why You Need to Offer AVaaS

Zoom is bundling Zoom Rooms and Zoom Phone with hardware at a monthly fee while integrators are still hesitant to offer managed services or AVaaS.

NEC realeyes

NEC, Realeyes Team Up to Develop Emotion Analysis

NEC and AI firm Realeyes will develop and distribute emotion analysis solutions aimed at serving the new coronavirus-induced remote workforce.

Regional Accents Alexa

Regional Accents Could Affect Intelligent Virtual Assistants, Report Says

A recently published report suggests regional accents can affect intelligibility with virtual assistants like Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant.

Digital Equity Coalition

Digital Equity Coalition Trying to Bring Devices to Those Who Need Them

Baltimore-based consortium of non-profit organizations hopes to collect at least 2,000 devices and increase Internet access across Charm City.


AV’s Role in Continue to Advance the Americans with Disabilities Act

AV has made things possible for people with disabilities that they couldn’t have envisioned three decades ago, but there’s more that can be done.

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