Kelly Perkins of NSCA writes an open-letter to #AVTweeps asking them to help spark an industry-wide talent explosion.
Vern Hanzlik of Qumu discusses how a hybrid enterprise video solution fits really well into the larger scheme of a firm’s distributed computing.
Despite their diminutive size, huddle spaces can present hefty tech challenges that can be overlooked and difficult to tackle.
As organizations are doing more with less office space, technology has to support greater flexibility for multipurpose use, reconfiguration, and a variety of applications.
A product’s packet transmission structure tells you a great deal about the product and its effect on the network.
New solutions come out, and enterprises are tasked with finding the optimal way to implement them; but what if you could design your ideal space from the ground up?
Before spending hours trying to find the perfect AV technology, and upgrade to a managed system, there are five critical aspects you should consider to save endless time and money.
Finding a vendor you can trust is hard—why doesn't every industry have a Top 50 list to make it easier?
It can be argued that quality audio is the most critical component in the effectiveness of an AV system—and one of the most critical audio components is the DSP.
Video has a long way to go to reach audio’s power of verisimilitude; but even when it finally catches up, it still won’t compete with the intimate connection humans have with sound.
In this lesson, we investigate important numbers that appear in the transport of audio, as well as ways of troubleshooting some common networked audio problems.
As an industry, we have been seeing an increase in average screen size, along with the growth of screen sales into a variety of different applications, most notably digital signage.
There are six primary video distribution technologies in use within the enterprise today, and each plays an important role within its specific use case and network environment.