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Top Five Cloud Technology Trends for Video Security

These strategies will set up commercial AV integrators to be trusted, valuable partners in ensuring client security.

2022 Buyers’ Guide

Start your next project on the right foot with the 2022 Buyers’ Guide Category Index, an A-Z Vendor list with contact information for each ProAV provider.

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ISC West 2022: An Untapped Opportunity to Grow Your Business?

AV integrators should look to adjacent industries, such as security, to find ways to synergize and broaden their expertise.

NEISD Cyber Training room with students working on laptops. A video wall with a world map hangs behind powered by RGB Spectrum Galileo processors

RGB Spectrum Galileo Processors Power Video Walls at Cybersecurity Training Facility

RGB Spectrum Galileo video display processors powered three video walls in the classrooms of the Institute of CyberSecurity and Innovation facility.

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Bogen Communications Launches Nyquist E7000MCR

Bogen Communications’ new Nyquist E7000MCR design addresses the communication needs of today’s K-12 school campus environments.

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Helixeon Employs VIVOTEK Security Solutions for Church Campus

Helixeon chose a total 34 of VIVOTEK’s security solutions to solve James River Church’s existing security issues.

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Integrator SWC Acquires ACT to Expand in Middle Tennessee

SWC is a national provider of critical communications technology systems for the healthcare, education, commercial and corrections sectors.

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Snap One to Demo New Security Solutions at ISC East 2021

Snap One will spotlight security solutions such as the updated Clare Controls ecosystem, OvrC remote monitoring platform, and more at ISC East 2021.

Senate Passes Secure Equipment Act to Protect US Tech Industry

The Secure Equipment Act bans Chinese tech firms like Hikvision and Huawei from receiving new equipment licenses.