AVplusIT Standards

Bringing AV Standardization to IT Departments

The challenges of meeting room and videoconferencing technology are increasingly falling into the laps of IT departments. It can be daunting work, especially when long-term plans are on the table. When someone makes the decision to invest in meeting room technology, the fear is as soon as it is installed it’s going to be outdated. […]

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What is the True Value of an AV Programmer?

With the rise of “no programming required” solutions, the term “programming” is becoming a bad word. In the AV world, programming has become associated with the notion of being complex, problematic, costly, and time consuming. The perception of it being difficult to implement and manage has also started to surface. While some of these may […]

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The Power of Data in Brand Storytelling

Most often a request for an experiential space is tied to an important objective: help us to tell our story in a meaningful way. For many organizations that story is tied to, or can be supercharged through, the use of data that’s collected through everyday business activities.

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Can You Hear It Now? Our First Audio Standard Gets A Facelift

Recently, InfoComm released g a new version of a standard that was written to help you maximize the performance of a sound system. The standard provides a way to measure an audio system for uniform coverage and classify its performance.

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What if IBM’s Right?

Is there a scenario in which IBM’s reported decision to ask remote employees to work in offices again is a good idea? More pointedly, is there a scenario in which the decision might be good news for the pro-AV industry? Let me be the first (maybe) to admit I have no idea how IBM’s current […]

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