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AV-as-a-Service in the Cloud? Why, Yes!

As-a-Service is a popular token used for a myriad of provisions offered in the cloud today. Thus, you have Software-as-a-Service, Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Database-as-a-Service, Workout-as-a-Service… Well, maybe not that last one. With so many services available for sharing across platforms, AV naturally lends itself for such provision. Cloud services have been around for quite a while in […]

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Bozzword: Prayer

bṓzz•word: (n.) an industry buzzword that inspires Joe Bocchiaro to wax poetic. Or if not a buzzword, some other notion that moves Joe to prose — or verse. Oh Lord, Creator of Sound and Light, Hearing and Vision, hear my prayer. That thou wouldst maketh my body and my car last long enough to finish […]

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“Please, Sir, May I Buy Your Product Without Seeing It?” Said No One Ever.

I’m having a hard time understanding some vendors these days. A number of them don’t seem very preoccupied with the idea of actually selling anything. The latest drama I’m dealing with is a company that doesn’t seem to want to bother doing demos of their products. Now that a lot of AV gear has become […]

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Meeting the Client for the First Time

In my previous post I talked about how you handle the first call with the customer. In this post, I’ll focus on the your first face-to-face meeting. I’m writing this blog from an AV support design engineer’s point of view — you may know them as sales engineers. In some cases, this support engineer will accompany the sales […]

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Bozzword: FLMSTRPPROJ

bṓzz•word: (n.) an industry buzzword that inspires Joe Bocchiaro to wax poetic. Or if not a buzzword, some other notion that moves Joe to prose — or verse. After 75 years in the making, and with over four generations of audiovisual professionals contributing, the InfoComm International Standards Department has finally completed the Committee Draft of […]

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