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HB Communications Expands Globally, Announces HB Communication UK

Targeting more European business, its office in Central London will be led by Robert Smith, formerly of Electrosonic.

People & Places: HB Communications Partners with Ramp, Enhances Video Strategy

CI takes a look at the latest news in the industry: HB Communications partners with Ramp, Skywalker AV Supply adds Peerless-AV to its mix, AVAD announces new director of commercial sales and new VP of operations, and more.

5 Ways Ramp Partnership Shows HB Communications Is Serious about Video

Video delivery and streaming provider Ramp partnering up with integration firm HB Communications is a big deal, but not for the reasons you’d probably guess.

2016 Year in Review: 19 Projects You Won’t Want to Miss

Whether it’s due to innovation, unique challenges or simply because of the remarkable photos, here are 19 projects we’re glad we got to cover in 2016.

Patriots Use Videoconferencing to Talk to Troops in Kuwait

Patriots celebrate contributions of soldiers around the world with NFL’s Salute to Service program.

Nothing but Cloud: Why You Should Offer AV as a Service

Putting ‘nothing-but-cloud’ AV and its top-to-bottom management into the hands of expert partners lets an enterprise keep its focus on its business goals—and leave the rest to the experts.

PSNI Members Complete Next-Generation Leadership Program

Twenty-seven company leaders from 13 affiliates finished the mini-Master’s program at InfoComm 2016.

Retiring Kramer President and CEO Sees Bright Future Under New Leadership

Dave Bright reflects on distinguished career, looks ahead to what could be hectic, but fun, retirement.

Retiring Kramer Chief Dave Bright to Receive Mackey Barron Award, Replaced by Belden Exec

Steve Biegacki, a former senior VP at Belden, is in as Kramer Electronic’s CEO as Dave Bright winds down a decorated career.

Keep Your Enemies Close: When to Suck It Up and Partner with Competitors

More than ever, companies that compete for work on most occasions are combining forces on other projects. If you’re not doing it yet, you will be. Here’s how to make it work for you, your competitor and, most importantly, the client.