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Why Are Millennials Crying Out for Unified Communications?

The younger generation now represents a majority of the U.S. workforce and is rendering unified communications and collaboration absolutely essential to modern businesses.

Santa Comes to Children’s Hospitals via Video Chat

Shriners Hospital for Children tests out new doctor-patient video conferencing pilot program by connecting sick children to Santa Claus this holiday season.

Q&A: Zigen’s Jeff Murray on Cutting AV Distribution Cost but Not Quality

A conversation with Zigen about competitive pricing, products on the horizon and easing installation woes this buying season.

Video Weekly News: Kramer’s VIA Campus, Analytics Behind Managed Services

Editor Tom LeBlanc discusses two very successful endeavors in this edition of Video Weekly News.

Q&A: Inside Polycom’s Close Relationship with Microsoft

As collaboration spaces are changing and growing, different solutions may be required for different environments. That’s where Polycom and Microsoft’s partnership comes in handy.

Can You Name These 7 Pros to Going BYOD?

Here’s some food for thought as enterprises become more enticed by the use of personal devices like iPhone and Android.

Applied Global Technologies Donates Videoconferencing Account for AV Month

AGT also giving out AV Month T-shirts to all who complete survey that will help them shape direction for 2016.

There’s No Stopping Commoditization: So What Will You Do?

No sugarcoating in a can’t-miss panel discussion at NSCA’s Integration Business Survival Conference & Technology Showcase.

Middle Atlantic Redefines ‘Hub’ When It Comes to Collaboration

Hub is a tabletop with BYOD-friendly power and data connectivity, device mounting and cable solutions.

Yorktel Announces Univago Enterprise Video Services

Self-service subscription-based enterprise videoconferencing solution gives users control, flexibility and security.