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ARTICLES, REPORTS, WHITE PAPERS  
ARTICLES, REPORTS, WHITE PAPERS
Networked AV in Depth: Managing Quality of Service
If ensuring quality of service for networked AV systems were easy, everyone would be a pro. But because of the variables involved, it's not. Get some pointers.
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What to Expect at InfoComm Connections New York
It’s not ‘InfoComm East.’ It’s a completely unique experience. Get a feel for the new show, Nov. 11-12 at Manhattan’s Javits Convention Center, in this preview.
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Scaring Up Some AV Business
Halloween may only come once a year, but Halloween attractions can be a source of entertainment and revenue year-round. Read how AV technology plays a role.
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School is Really in Session
AV in higher education amplifies the learning experience without dictating it. Read (and hear) what faculty and technologists say about engaging today's students.
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FROM OUR BLOGS  
FROM OUR BLOGS
Weekly Reading: Security is Key to IoT
Recently, someone hacked a “smart tea kettle.” Is there any chance someone could hack your networked AV devices? You need to know. Read more.
 
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Because a Napkin Doesn’t Cut it Anymore
Ever heard the one about the AV design that was sketched on the back of a napkin? Just a joke, right? Right? Read more and weigh in.
 
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Digital Signage Focus: New York City
Digital signage and New York City are like peanut butter and jelly. From Times Square to Macy's on 34th, the Big Apple offers a full-on digital experience. Read about it.
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The Internet of Things Goes Bananas
 
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What if the Next Big Thing Isn’t the Next BIGGER Thing?

 

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What’s Driving AV End-User Purchase Decisions?
 
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Net Insecurity on Campus, at the Nuke Plant
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PODCASTS  

PODCASTS

 

INFOCOMM TODAY
Hear what you missed in our industry forum, featuring InfoComm experts and AV professionals.
PLAYLIST
Previewing the 2015 AV Executive Conference
We’re just weeks away from the 2015 AV Executive Conference in Amelia Island, Fla. If you’re still on the fence about joining, hear why these repeat attendees will be there, talking business strategy and customer experience. Listen now.
Women of InfoComm and CTS
The Women of InfoComm Network Council has several initiatives underway, among them a push to encourage women to become Certified Technology Specialists. Listen now.
Meet the Trainers
InfoComm educators go online to talk about getting your learn on — in the classroom, online or at the InfoComm show. Listen now.
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WEBINARS  
Explore the Benefits of InfoComm’s APEx Program
Matthew Kosel, CTS®-D, CTS-I, Technology Leader and Design Coach at Spinitar, describes how joining the AV Provider of Excellence program has helped his firm distinguish itself in the marketplace.
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Integrating Mobile Devices With Fixed AV Systems
2014 InfoComm Educator of the Year Joe Cornwall, CTS-D, is back! In this recorded webinar, he talks you through the morass of technology options for enabling BYOD and mobile content sharing.
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