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InfoComm’s Labuskes Tough on PSNI, Himself for Strained Relationship

InfoComm executive director disappointed with how groups have grown apart, hopes that will change as 2016 strategic plan is developed.>

4 Things I’ll Miss Most Skipping InfoComm 2015

Embrace these elements of the largest North American pro AV trade show, says a guy who won’t be there. >

Using Remote Management Systems to Scale

AV integrators struggle to differentiate and diversify with managed services.>

Inside the Hospital Room of the Future

Prototype designed by NXT Health relies on sensors, video displays, communication technology, but above all a mission critical network powered by Pakedge. >

InfoComm 2015 Must See: Atlona’s 4K/UHD Connectivity Solutions

Atlona to showcase its newest 4K/UHD matrix switchers, complete with HDMI and HDBaseT outputs, at InfoComm 2015 in June.

Last Look Inside BB King’s High-Tech Tour Bus

Legendary guitarist B.B. King never got the blues inside his tour bus, which is complete with serious AV, touch panels, security, lighting control and surround sound.

5 Mistakes Colleges Make With Digital Signage

When your higher education client decides to invest in digital signage, make sure it’s designed and installed with care and precision.

FCC Chairman Wheeler Hints at Longterm Net Neutrality Plan at NAB

Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, spoke of his background in broadcast and the upcoming Incentive Auction at the 2015 NAB Show.

Forecasts Mixed for Industry’s Economic Future

GDP growth remains slow, but there’s some level of optimism that things are (slowly) continuing to rebound. But how long will the recovery last? It all depends who you ask.

Flashback Friday: Cameras That ID’d Boston Marathon Bombers Almost Turned Off

In light of recent updates in the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial, get another look at the technology that helped the FBI identify the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing of April 2013.