The recent announcement that Samsung will acquire Harman for $8 billion has sent the newswires buzzing across the technology industry.
For the more than 360 million people worldwide who suffer moderate to profound hearing loss, venues must create a listening experience that is equal to that available to the general public.
We have probably all been guilty of doing some of our best work on a project only to have it fall apart at the end, because we do not finish strong through the training of the customer.
When selling to CIOs and IT managers, the message could vastly differ depending on which group you’re addressing.
How is performance measured, and how are expectations controlled in a situation where rules are unclear and the end result cannot be recognized?
In our quest for clarity in the ever-evolving tech landscape, we created the AV/IT Leadership Summit for key stakeholders in IT and AV departments across commercial verticals.
Here are 10 ways PSNI affiliates are raising the bar for their businesses and the AV industry as a whole.
While breaking free from cumbersome boxes may sound great for the end user, what does it mean for the industry? Can the industry survive without its hardware backbone?