Happy Thursday, UCC #AVtweeps! And yes, I did have to look at my calendar because I didn’t know what day it was. In our current climate, who’s to say what day it is anymore? Hang in there, though — because, with myriad UC solutions out there, we’re making ~working from home~ work for us. And for that, I’m eternally grateful for one thing I don’t have to worry about.
In today’s newsletter, I have plenty of columns to keep you reading until this evening: one from Gary Kayye on how some verticals in our industry will thrive through the COVID-19 pandemic. Mark Coxon on how room design should change with the technology it encompasses. Christopher Gillespie writes about how the world is shifting to remote collaboration and what that means for learning and working long-term. Finally, Graham Cooke of Futuresource Consulting ponders whether the end is near for LCD video walls — Samsung Displays is ending production of them.
In other news, Jabra has a new product family of headsets, Marshall Electronics has new IP cameras, and Pexip has released its Q1 earnings (and the company seems to be doing really well despite the current state of the world).