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Weekly Reading: Skype for Biz, SFB, the New Lync

Google wasn’t always named Google. Could you imagine if instead of Googling yourself online you had to BackRub yourself? Metta World Peace wasn’t originally the name of one of my favorite basketball players (melee at Auburn Hills aside), back when I watched him play for St. John’s before starting his pro career with my beloved Chicago Bulls. He […]

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Weekly Reading: A Threat to HDMI — Yes!

So apparently this is a thing: My son plugged his iPhone Lighting cable into my new car’s USB port so he could listen to tunes while driving around. It got stuck. Like, really stuck. I wish it had been an HDMI port. Remember when cables would fall out of those if you looked at them […]

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The Bias of Net Neutrality Rules

Editor’s Note: All Voices blogger Josh Srago sits on InfoComm’s Certification Committee. He has been following the net neutrality debate and gave InfoComm permission to excerpt his most recent thoughts on the issue. Exactly two weeks following the FCC vote on the Open Internet, where the Commission voted 3-2 down party lines in favor of passing […]

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Weekly Reading: Putting the “C” into Connectivity

Did I force the visual and literary connection between USB-C and vitamin C, my favorite vitamin in the whole wide world? Yes, yes I did. Was it hard to find a stock image of vitamin C that actually spelled out “C” — as in putting the “C” into connectivity — rather than just showed healthy […]

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Weekly Reading: A Control Interface on Your Wrist?

By all accounts, last week’s InfoComm Connections in San Jose, Calif., was a great success. Think the big InfoComm show, complete with education, exhibits and keynotes, but on a smaller, more localized level and geared a lot more toward technology managers and in-house AV pros. Now what? Now we turn our full attention toward June’s InfoComm 2015 […]

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