Archive | November, 2013

GovComm Preview: Order in the Court

GovComm 2013 rolls into our nation’s capital next week. “GovComm?” you ask. Yes, GovComm. The D.C.-based show is three years old this year, which is the same age as my youngest dog, who’s really 21, which is to say GovComm has already enjoyed two successful years bringing together AV solution providers and government AV and IT […]

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3 Ways to Avoid Bad Digital Signage Installations

You don’t have to look hard to find examples of poorly designed, poorly installed or poorly maintained digital signage displays. They are as ubiquitous as digital signage itself.  I have been tempted many times to tweet pictures of such installations with the hashtag #AVFail, as I know others in the industry have been tempted to […]

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Hire a Kid Already

I have seen the future of AV and it’s closer than you think — as close as your local high school. During AV Week last month, I visited North County High School in Glen Burnie, Maryland, to talk to students about the AV industry as you and I know it. North County is considered a […]

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4 Reasons to Deploy Digital Signage Now

As I discussed in a previous post, digital signage is growing by leaps and bounds.  Customers across vertical markets are asking themselves whether it is time to jump in and deploy a digital sign or network in their retail shops, college dorms or restaurant waiting areas. Here are four reasons why clients should deploy digital […]

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