Tom Spearman of global technology solutions firm Diversified discusses the current state and future prospects of collaboration technologies
Industry experts share the benefits of integrated amplifiers with audio processing and describe some applications where they will make a difference.
As the fall semester begins, we caught up with three university tech managers to learn how their schools are managing the return to campus, and what role AV technology is playing in the process.
Back to the Office is the first article of six in the series, BYOM: The New Normal in Today’s Workplace.
Cindy Davis, interviews Michael Lisi of WolfVision on how a cost-effective, seamless collaborative meeting and workflow solution can transform productivity in the hybrid workplace.
We caught up with Rochelle Richardson, CEM, AVIXA’s senior vice president of expositions and events, to find out what InfoComm Connected has in store that technology managers can’t miss.
From theaters to houses of worship and conference centers, almost every venue can benefit from a thoughtfully designed immersive audio system.
We caught up with Crestron and QSC to learn how they're using the tools of the trade to keep on top of their business.
With millions working from home or otherwise physically distant from their teams, integrators have a unique opportunity to help businesses implement continuity plans with PTZ cameras.
We break down the positive and negative attributes of popular cloud-based collaboration software—tools that are keeping the business world turning during this unprecedented crisis.
Airports are prioritizing speediness, installing technology that will help move travelers through airport terminals as quickly as possible.
Boston University's Linda Jerrett and Ernie Perez discuss how they handled the school's sudden shift to remote education in response to the COVID-19 crisis.