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Microsoft Selects Whitlock as Launch Partner for Microsoft Surface Studio

Whitlock will be the primary reseller and integrator for the Microsoft Studio, a 28-inch desktop and collaboration device for creative professionals, architects, engineers and executives, and for one-to-two-person collaboration spaces.

People & Places: Integrated Audio Systems Earns InfoComm APEx Designation

CI takes a look at the latest news in the industry: Integrated Audio Systems becomes 50th InfoComm APEx Company, Premier Mounts opens a state-of-the-art Northeast distribution center, LG expands U.S. sales channels for LED lighting solutions, and more.

Your Most Burning Question, Answered: What AV Customers Really Care About

Julian Phillips, VP of Whitlock, discusses the importance of delivering simplicity, scalability and standardization, ‘The Three S’s,’ when serving AV customers.

3 Choices for Your Tech Firm: Get Big, Get Niche or Get Out

In an ever-changing industry, integration firms need to be able to serve their customers locally, nationally and globally, or find a geographical or vertical market niche to thrive in.

Don’t Try to Grow Your Business Without Looking to the Cloud First

By moving your business model to the cloud, companies can improve their agility, productivity, and speed of implementation and deployment.

Meet the 2016 CI Industry Leaders

CI recognizes the top integrators serving 11 key vertical markets and analyzes what keeps them at the top of their games.

Top 20 Higher Ed Market Integrators of 2016

These innovative, market-leading firms offer advice on how to stay at the forefront of this sophisticated vertical.

Top 20 Corporate Market Integrators of 2016

These innovative, market-leading firms offer advice on how to stay at the forefront of this vast integration vertical.

Whitlock Multiplies HQ Collaboration with Tech Refresh

Whitlock wins the 2016 Integration Award in the corporate category for its audio and video collaboration installation at CDK Global headquarters.

Here’s How You’ll Definitely Lose with Microsoft Surface Hub

Those concerned that Microsoft’s Surface Hub will usurp and then dumb down the video collaboration market are worried about the wrong things.