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Compatibility is Critical: A Look at IP Camera-to-VMS Integration
Whether deploying entirely new IP-based systems, expanding existing systems with new IP cameras, or upgrading the VMS software to obtain new functionality, the compatibility between the IP camera and the VMS has become a critical component.

Thought Leadership: Display in Corporate Lobbies
Installing a display system in your corporate lobby allow visitors to learn about your company, your products, and your mission. They're a way to brag without having to pitch your successes.

Mass Notification Systems Help Improve Business Practices
Mass notification systems were primarily installed as a way to inform in the case of an emergency. However, with advancements in technology, these systems have taken on a broader scope in functionality.

Brian Krebs Gives Interview On Credit Card Hackers and Sellers
Companies need to beware of possible security breaches. Hackers are able to steal critical information that could destroy an enterprise's reputation. Brian Krebs spoke to NPR about these dangers.

How to Present Yourself Correctly on a Video Call
Often when participating in video conferencing calls we forget to adhere to the same codes of conduct that we do in face to face interviews and meetings. Here are some tips to ensure you come off professionally when video conferencing.

6 Factors to Consider When Purchasing Presentation Technology
When purchasing presentation technology, a decision maker needs to take into account the company's specific presentation needs. Tech Decisions explains what you need to consider to help you decide on presentation solutions.

HB Communications Explains Video Collaboration Models And Services Future
Ted Thompson, CTO of HB Communications, recently wrote on their website about the future of unified communication and collaboration, and what enterprises are coming to expect from the interoperability of their services.

Enclosing and Cooling Your Racks
The equipment you use to power your systems are inevitably going to create heat from extra energy. Frank Federman of Active Thermal Management gives you the info you need to keep yours cool.

Collaboration Stations: Solutions for Working Together
Technology is making it easier and more effective for employees to collaborate both in the workplace and remotely. Tech Decisions gives you ten solutions to consider when outfitting your office with technology to help your teams collaborate effectively.

Software: The Next Opportunity for AV Resellers
The IT world is already immersed in software to keep things running. Recently, we have seen a trend of AV technology incorporating software into their designs. Learn why this is happening, and what to expect for the future of AV and software integration.

InfoComm 2014: Unified Communication and Collaboration
Unified communication is a term in flux. It doesn't have a standard definition. Integrators and end users alike are trying to find a way to interconnect technology to provide quicker and more efficient production.

Is BYOD a CIO’s Worst Nightmare?
Employees use their personal devices for work both within and outside of the office. With the network exposed to outside threats, and with sensitive information leaving the safety of the network, how do technology decision makers protect their company?

How to Purchase A Rack: Best Practices for Buying, Installing and Utilizing a Rack System
When making the right decision while purchasing a rack, or series of racks, it is important to make sure the product you are purchasing is ideal for your installation. Different types of rack formats apply to specific applications and since racks are an essential piece of hardware for almost every AV or IT installation, choosing the most effective rack format is paramount for a successful installation. Below, Tim Troast, Director of Physical Infrastructure Products at Middle Atlantic, discusses best practices when choosing, installing and utilizing rack formats in different types of infrastructures.

Acoustics Can No Longer Be an Afterthought
Attention to acoustics solves problems with coherency. Simple solutions like a formal Noise Criteria assessment can prevent difficulties in communicating. These lessons and others are imparted by Steve Durr, an acoustical consultant.




Find out how to guard your enterprise from threats posed by employees using their own devices for work.