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What’s Missing in 313 Pages of Net Neutrality Rules?

Having finally read the elusive Net Neutrality rules document, SoundReason.org’s Josh Srago pulls no punches in his latest column.

Crestron RL 2 Adds Skype for Business Support

Crestron’s RL 2 group collaboration solution and RL systems will now support Skype for Business upgrades.

Net Neutrality and the New Reality of Who Might Get Sued

Inside the FCC’s Communications Act and what it means for integrator services like video conferencing, unified communications and remote monitoring.

Q&A: How Will Demand for Video Conferencing Evolve in 2015?

Three integrators speculate on how unified communications and video conferencing technologies will expand and improve in the next year.

Santa Makes Cyber Stops at Children’s Hospitals Over Video Chat

Cisco’s Santa Connection Program brings one-on-one time with Santa Claus to children in hospitals this holiday season via iPad and Cisco Jabber Software.

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.

101st Airborne Division Veteran Focused on Hiring Military Vet Integrators

Although Joshua Ellis’ integration company has only been around since early 2013, its focus on putting military veterans to work helps it stand out.

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.

Google Hangouts Expanded to Reach Corporate Market

Video conferencing feature Google Hangouts now open to users without Google+ accounts as Google aims to reach further into corporate market.

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).