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It’s All in Your Head: High Availability and Disaster Recovery Doesn’t Have to be a Headache
Learn how to prepare yourself for data loss without the headache, through utilizing software-based, byte-level replication for high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR).

Whitlock and Partners Keep it Simple, Refine Unified Communication
Panel discussion at Whitlock Convergence Durham turns to collaboration, 4K, BYOD, and simplicity.

The Dos and Don’ts of Writing a Request for Proposal
Writing a request for proposal is the first step to getting a new technology integrated into your enterprise. However, there is no standard for writing them. We spoke with leading integrators to learn what to do and what not to do when writing RFPs.

CIOs Should Allow Employees Freedom with Applications
Employees are beginning to use their own applications and even build their own applications in order to get work done faster and more efficiently. Instead of stifling this creativity, CIOs should allow for employees to help the company out.

Using Video Capture Technology to Simplify Video Conferencing and Collaboration
Given the ubiquity of tablets, it seems like it should be a no-brainer for all video conferencing and boardroom systems to be tablet-ready for both iPad and Android, but most are not.

Three Problems That Need To Be Solved For Sufficient 4K Content
Problems arise with 4K UHD displays when you take into account the technical issues of connectivity, creation, and distribution of content.

Get Your Head in the Clouds: 3 Things You Need to Know to Master Cloud and Virtualization Options
Data migration is constant in today’s dynamic environments, whether cloud, physical or virtual. It’s never been more important to have the flexibility to manage your virtual environments anytime, from anywhere. Learn how to help get your company into the cloud.

Takeaways and Best Practices from Cisco’s Midyear Security Report
Twice each year Cisco releases a security report that helps companies learn where they are vulnerable. John Stewart sat down to speak about key takeaways, and best practices for security measures.

Balancing the Power Struggle Between the Integrator and the Tech Decision Maker
Technology decision makers are becoming more educated, and as a result are having more of a say in the systems that are being integrated into their companies.

Get Your Employees to Care About Cyber Security, Become Secure
Many employees don't worry about clicking on unknown links and visiting sketchy sources. When they are educated about the personal threats of cyber attacks, they become a lot less laid back.

How to Choose the Right Conference Room Display for Your Business


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.




Our deep dive gives you the information you need to create a hybrid cloud system using public and private aspects.