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InfoComm 2016 Key Takeaways: What Made This Year’s Show Memorable?

CI editors Tom LeBlanc and Craig MacCormack discuss collaboration, furniture and what they think made InfoComm 2016 most memorable.

CI Staff

What was most memorable about this year’s InfoComm show in Las Vegas?

According to CI editors Tom LeBlanc and Craig MacCormack, collaboration has replaced convergence as a popular theme across InfoComm 2016 booths.

Perhaps the biggest reason collaboration is taking on a larger role in the industry is due to evolving workplaces. Various booths across the InfoComm 2016 show floor showcased solutions aimed at helping integrators help their customers adapt to how workplaces have changed and continue to change.

While collaboration plays a significant role in the evolution of workplace technology, so does furniture. Manufacturers are offering furniture meant to integrate with workplace technology, contributing to the transformation of office spaces.

Check out the video below to hear more about what CI editors Tom LeBlanc and Craig MacCormack found most memorable about InfoComm 2016.

Related: What’s the Talk of InfoComm 2016?

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