Tag Archives: InfoComm 2013

Technology Managers Invade InfoComm

There was quite an invasion of technology managers at InfoComm this year. I was constantly running into others responsible for the “care and feeding” of the AV at their respective venues — the vast majority of us from higher education. (That’s largely why you’re seeing this in September — summer is a busy time for […]

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Ten Lessons Learned as a ‘Mentoree’

It’s InfoComm show season, when Women in AV (WAVE) recognize industry mentors. So it’s fitting that my inaugural blog entry speak to mentoring, which is one of my favorite subjects, too. Here, in my usual inside-out way, I offer some lessons learned about how to be a good mentoree—because it receives less attention and is every bit as […]

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Five to Watch at InfoComm 2013

The ritual is repeated faithfully each June: We pack our bags, board our planes, and head west to Lost Wages or south to Mousetown to attend the USA’s largest gathering of AV geeks.  Maybe we’ll walk the show floor; maybe we’ll take in a few classes. We’re sure to hit a few receptions and parties, […]

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InfoComm 2013 Preview: Disruptions in Videoconferencing

As I write this, there are just a few weeks to go before InfoComm 2013  in Orlando. The conference is a great opportunity to become educated, network with industry peers and see the latest in AV, collaboration and multimedia technology. This year however, there will be a unique opportunity to see a number of disruptive […]

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