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Don’t Be Left Behind - The Future of Videoconferencing
Videoconferencing is a segment of the AV market that has seen major growth over the past decade. As more companies utilize videoconferencing capabilities, more companies will need to do the same to compete and collaborate. Here is what you need to know.

IP Control Solutions Enhance Building Management Systems
Cost-reducing, highly flexible Barionet solutions automate data collection, environmental monitoring, access control and more for commercial and residential spaces.

4 Ways to Connect to the Millennial Workforce
The millennial generation is about to become the majority of the workforce. How do you keep millennial employees happy, productive and engaged?

Baseball Team’s Production Goes Digital with Audio
Two RedNet 2 16-channel A-D/D-A converters and two RedNet 3 32-channel I/O digital interfaces transport audio signals across the production facility’s Dante network at near-zero latency

Interactive Retail Store Ditches DMV Feel, Draws Customers In
Time Warner Cable Flagship store in New York City offers customers interactive technology and digital signage from Reality Interactive.

History Museum Installs Corporate Boardroom Sound System
When the Natural history Museum of Utah needed to update its corporate boardroom with a new wireless digital conferencing system, they chose Listen Technologies.

Has the Third Era of IT Begun?
The First Era of IT was centralized, the Second Era of IT was individualized, but what will the Third Era look like? Look around. It may already be happening.

What to Ask When Hiring an AV Integrator
Hiring an AV Integrator is likely the most important decision in any AV install. You need to make sure you’re getting the right fit. AV Nation gives us six blunt questions you need to ask before hiring.

Millennials, Collaboration, and Competition: A Case for Videoconferencing in Huddle Rooms
With the corporate environment changing the way they operate, the way they use technology, and the age of their employees, videoconferencing is becoming a must for huddle rooms.

How to Build Data Centers and Decide If You Really Need One
We’ll give you the info you need to decide whether or not you need a data center, and how to build one if you do.

Internet of Things: Boom or Bust for Business?
As the amount of ‘connected’ equipment and devices continues to grow, commercial integrators must understand how they can leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) versus more narrowly focused competitors.

World’s Tallest Mosaic Video Wall Installed in Miami Hotel
When CMA was commissioned to install a towering four-story video wall in a Miami-area hotel, they chose Planar displays and BrightSign media players to augment the wow factor.

Security Experts Share Top 5 Predictions for 2015
Six electronic security industry experts share their 2015 predictions for the marketplace.

Millennials Are Key for Workplace Technology Decisions
No past generation will drive future technology investments and direction like the Millennials.

LA Hotel Loudspeakers Pump Audio to the Public
When the Line Hotel installed audio speakers, they wanted to play for the public, pumping audio to the patio deck, pool area and in the greenhouse.

Our Deep Dive will give you all the information you need to know about what a video conferencing system is capable of and how it can help your company.