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What happens when we run out of IP addresses? by Steve Cunningham

When compared to the country's continuing economic problems, this month's technical issue looks like small potatoes. Still, the fact that we're running out of IP addresses will affect anyone involved in classroom technology applications. It's true -- we really are running out of IP addresses, at least while we're usin

5 Ways to Justify Corporate Video ROI by Steve Vonder Haar

Many video professionals have a pretty good handle on what it takes to create decent video: Quality cameras, Good lighting, Maybe a nice studio. All these help you put a good looking product on the screen. But when it comes to the world of online business video, only one factor truly determines the viability of a vid

The Science and Art of Moving a Computer Lab by Steve Cunningham

My department at USC has been in relocation and construction mode for more than a year. During this time, my main worry has been moving the 25-seat computer lab from its previous digs to new ones, particularly since that move was scheduled for a single weekend between weeks five and six of the semester. Would we be ab

Virtualization Cometh by Steve Cunningham

Virtualization has finally arrived at the urban yet bucolic campus where I spend my weekdays (and occasional weekends). I'm talking about the full deployment of a big and shiny new server with eight cores and 64 gigabytes of memory, which is further connected to a hardware RAID with over ten terabytes of storage. Nice

As AV and IT Collide, What Are We Worth? by Christopher Maione

Throughout my career, I have strived to increase my value and the value of my firm to clients.  I continually ask myself – what is my skill set and the skill set of my staff worth. Let’s say that that I am an experienced AV “expert” with over 25 years in the industry and that my team includes AV project managers, eng

The Importance of Eye-Contact in Visual Communications by IMCCA

IMCCA's blog explores the role of eye-contact in telepresence and videoconferencing. Below is an excerpt, but you can read the original blog in its entirety here: imcca.org The Visual Communications industry is exploding with new technology. From the highest end Telepresence systems to the latest offerings on iPods