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Yorktel’s Ken Scaturro on the Future of Collaboration

Scaturro, who sits on the IMCCA Board of Directors, is a thought leader on topics ranging from cybersecurity to conferencing.

2022 Networking Deep Dive

Explore the ascendance of network-based AV and its implications for integrators’
profitability in the 2022 Networking Deep Dive report.

Networking deep dive 2022

Networking Deep Dive: Are AV Companies Transitioning to IT Companies?

Exploring the ascendance of network-based AV and its implications for integrators’ profitability, while also considering the impetus to level-up on cybersecurity and IT conversance.

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Securing Your Home Office: A Walkthrough Guide

Options include relying on a trusted integrator partner, utilizing enterprise resources or drawing on workers’ own savvy.

Why You Should Take Advantage in 2022 of Neeco’s Managed Services

Your company needs reliable ICT systems. From cybersecurity to data storage and hardware, dozens of moving parts keep your business running smoothly.

Smart buildings will be a big part of our collective future.

Building-Technology Trends for Safer, More Sustainable Environments

As people continue to occupy buildings in this new environment, we will likely see five important building-technology trends this year.

lessons from Kaseya Attack

Secure Collaboration in the Hybrid Workplace

Hybrid work environments require a 24/7/365 cybersecurity blanket around all company data, devices and assets.

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How to Make a Backup and Recovery Plan for Your Business

You owe a duty of care to your employees, vendors, ownership and customers to protect your data to the greatest extent budgets will allow.

Creston 2022 Interns

Interns: The Leaders of Tomorrow

With concerns about talent shortages plaguing the industry, integrators must lay the groundwork now to expand the AV talent pool to meet growing needs.

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Nearly 80% of Malware Attacks Are from Exploited Microsoft Office Flaws

As many as 78.5% of malware targets Microsoft Office vulnerabilities in Q1 2022, according to Atlas VPN research.