InfoComm and UBTech 2017

InfoComm and UBTech 2017

If you have read my columns over the past couple of years, you have likely noticed a pattern. In most of the columns I try to explore creative ways for …

BYOD – Where Do We Stand?

BYOD – Where Do We Stand?

Remember the days when all the AV and IT people at a campus needed to worry about were the computers the institution owned, or the installed computer at the …

Ticketing Solutions for AV

Ticketing Solutions for AV

If you serve the education market, you are well aware that the crazy season is upon us. Students are back on campus and the faculty are joining them and …

Vivitek Adds New ED Projector

Vivitek Adds New ED Projector

Vivitek’s new 1080p resolution DH759USTi and WXGA resolution D756USTi projectors are both integrated with HID driver-free recognition for interactive pen …

Getting Close

Getting Close

This month, I take a quick break from writing about ITIL. Why? Well, it is June and in the AV world that means InfoComm. We all know that InfoComm is the …

ITIL: Service Design

ITIL: Service Design

For the past couple columns I have been writing about the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL). ITIL is a set of best practices for managing …

Top Five AV Installs in Higher Education

Top Five AV Installs in Higher Education

Audio visual technologies offer endless possibilities by transforming the way students learn and interact.  This is the main reason why we continue to read …

Sometimes, Appearances Do Matter

Sometimes, Appearances Do Matter

We have been using the Crestron Capture HD products at Bates College for several years. However, we have always had various problems with the devices. On …

InfoComm: The Evolution of Higher Ed AV

InfoComm: The Evolution of Higher Ed AV

By Dan Daley InfoComm International When tech managers and AV pros gather in Pittsburgh this October for the annual conference of the Consortium of College and …

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