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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.

Video Walls Bolster Joint Business Planning at Center for Collaboration
When CROSSMARK decided to create a Center for Collaboration, they wished to help WalMart and their suppliers plan for the future more productively. They installed two touchscreen video walls which highlight an incredible facility.

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.

Almost Everything You Need to Know About Ultra HD 4K TVs
4K Ultra-HD TV is the newest breakthrough in resolution. However, like high definition before it, 4K doesn't have a ton of content just yet. But will it get there?

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.

WorldVentures’ United Event Runs on Inexpensive Content Management Software
United is an annual live multi-day event from WorldVentures that bills itself as an international convention that brings people together from countries around the world to celebrate each other’s strength and diversity. This year’s workflow delivered multiple outputs to a series of large display screen, supporting multiple resolutions – centrally managed and delivered via Renewed Vision software on a MacBook.

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.

United Therapeutics’ BioWall Exhibits Scientific Videos for Public Enjoyment
When the Montgomery County parks and Planning Commission agreed to allow the company to expand their campus, it came with the caveat that a space would be created to better the community as part of the build.

Remote, Tabletop Microphones Replace Ceiling Mics for Superior Sound Quality
During quarterly earning reports, IBERIABANK's New Orleans location was experiencing problems with ambient noise disrupting audio conferences. They replaced their ceiling microphones with tabletop solutions to try to improve sound quality.

You’ve Gone VoIP. Now What?
Voice over internet protocol, or using the internet as your phone service, is a solution companies are turning to. But which type of VoIP system do you need for your enterprise?

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.




Our deep dive explains the inner workings of digital video distribution, explaining the often confusing aspects of what goes into the system.