Last month, AV and IT thought leaders converged in The Mile High City of Denver, Colorado, to learn and share best practices at the AV/IT Leadership Summit.
QSC expanded its control offerings even further with the introduction of the new TSC-47W-G2, a 4.7-inch in-wall touch screen dialer/controller.
Q&A With Alexis Seeley, Associate Dean, Barnard Library and Academic Information Services & Digital Commons, Barnard College
Are emotions, memories and stories as important for successful technological projects as 4K, 4:4:4 or IP? Yes, according to the InfoComm team who created the TIDE Conference.
The Royal BC Museum Corporation, located in Victoria, BC, is one of Canada’s greatest cultural treasures.
Home of the Cowboys, Oklahoma State University (OSU) is a dynamic university with a pioneer sensibility.
These days, video is the both the medium and the message, and no one knows that better than Ben Skinner, Corporate Networks and Infrastructure director of The Vitec Group.
The City of Mississauga is the sixth largest city in Canada and is a leader in the use of technology to deliver services and information to residents and businesses.
Q&A with John Swan, Director of IT Services, and Chief Information Technology Officer, York Region, Ontario, Canada
From makerspaces to BYOD, more universities are acknowledging how growth-edge AV technologies are influencing not just the student experience but pedagogy as well.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has a student population of approximately 28,000 students and 300 plus learning spaces with AV installed.