To enhance the process and create a better end-user experience, today’s enterprise should include the role of chief solutions architect. When you can deliver an enterprise-wide message, you will be better equipped to become part of a pervasive AV experience—and an integral part of the enterprise strategy.
When I’ve talked with students, relatives, and friends about computer security, they often questions such as, “Why can’t the bad guys just steal the key?”
2017 for the pro AV industry was certainly one of disruption, rather than evolution. Disruption can be unnerving, but it also can be exciting and the harbinger of positive and exciting things to come for those with vision. Let’s take a 10,000-foot view at some of the changes in 2017 that have accelerated far beyond what we think of as evolution.
Imagine the internet is the system of roads we use every day to get to work, run errands, visit family and friends, etc. Now that the internet has been “freed” a third party can decide which roads you can use and which you can’t.
On Tuesday, the HDMI Forum released the HDMI 2.1 specification, the latest update to the ubiquitous connectivity standard. We reached out to HDMI Licensing Administrator’s CEO Rob Tobias and senior marketing director Brad Bramy for insight into the new standard’s development, execution, and its implications for integrators.