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August 2017 Digital Edition

august digital edition

Corporate AV With A Clublike Atmosphere
Planit agency gets hip with systems for entertainment and business.
By Dan Daley

Connectivity And Collaboration With BYOD
USI’s corporate campus advances capabilities with ease of use.
By Claudia Kienzle

Connecting Dots Or Connecting Clouds?
InfoComm revealed industry trends that we must recognize to survive.
By Mike White, CTS, DSCE, DSDE

InfoComm 2017 New Product Wrap-Up
Part 1 of 2, covering 100-plus AV product introductions in
Orlando FL. Audio products will appear next month’s issue.
Compiled by Anthony Vargas and Matt Van Dyke

House Of Worship: Business:
Building A Vibrant Worship Space

Heavy metal to support heavy loads. Part 3
By David Lee Jr., PhD

House Of Worship:
Technology: Array Of Hope

Diversified erases a client’s line-array
aversion with modern tech and ingenious design.
By Anthony Vargas

The Commish:
Consistent Conference Commissioning

Calibrated calls can champion confabulation.
By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQD, CQT

Secrets To Success:
10 Years…20 Years…30 Years…More?

You’ve been working there for how long?
By Douglas Kleeger, CTS-D, DMC-E/S, XTP-E, KCD

InfoComm POV:
Enabling The Integrated Life

A discussion with hospitality designers sheds light
on a trend the AV industry must be part of.
By Brad Grimes

NSCA POV:
(Literally) Everything As A Service

There’s potential for higher margins and recurring revenue.
By Chuck Wilson

Industry POV:
Battle Of The (Frequency) Bands

The recently concluded auction will have a profound effect on wireless users.
By Mark Brunner

Industry POV:
The Race To Black

Optical screens can make a huge difference in image quality.
By James Fife

Industry POV:
AV Over IP’s Time Has Come

Not embracing it would be the wrong choice.
By Lewis Eig

Sound Advice:
Objective Analysis

Determining the causes of a sound system’s poor performance. 
By Peter Mapp, PhD, FASA, FAES

Sign Age:
Integrating Business Process Software

Add value with customized apps and services.
By Shonan Noronha, EdD

AVent Horizon:
Reflections On InfoComm

The migration to AV over IT continues.
By Pete Putman, CTS

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