Can You Read it Now?

Everybody’s been through it: You go to a conference and you end up at the back of the room and can’t see what’s on the slides. It happens so often in our day-to-day lives that we’ve just gotten used to it. But that doesn’t make it right.

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What Our Dysfunctional Relationship with our Mobile Devices Teaches us About Decision Making

Jared Ficklin from Argodesign spoke at a recent conference and likened cell phones to our babies.  We cradle them.  We speak to them.  We buy little clothes for them.  We feed them.  And we are surprised when they testify against us. And he went on to describe two effects of having the world’s knowledge in […]

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What I’ve Learned From 30 Days of Videoconferencing

I recently joined a company where the majority of meetings are video conferences. Sure, I’ve used video conferencing at other jobs before but it was usually reserved for special occasions – executive interactions, important customer meetings, etc – and the video conferencing facility was usually a hard to book room on the executive floor.

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An Internet of Things That Helps Companies

With the AV/IT “convergence” well behind the industry at this point, we are on to the next buzzword: “IoT,” otherwise known as the Internet of Things. So where does programming fit into IoT?

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Building the Next Generation of AV Professionals

If you’ve been to an InfoComm show of late, you will see colorful displays of all kinds. But you will also see a lot of another shade: grey. Our industry is aging. And for all of our knowledge, experience and know-how, there isn’t a long line of people ready to take our place. In fact, lack of access to qualified personnel is the leading obstacle to further AV industry growth. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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