Latest headlines: Bob Snyder on Switchboard, Scott Tiner on diversity and the AV industry, plus news from Atlona, Vaddio, BenQ and more
June 24, 2022 | Volume: 15 | Issue: 12
How many weeks are we out of InfoComm again? It feels like so many and so few at the same time. This week was a little slower for us at rAVe, but you know we’re always preparing for the next big thing! And don’t worry: Our InfoComm 2022 microsite is still up and running and will be forever, so feel free to check out all the product videos to your heart’s desire.
The editorial team is also gathering our thoughts over the next few days, and we’ll get ready to announce our InfoComm 2022 awards!
Finally, in our second column, Bob Snyder writes about Switchboard, which lets users videoconference and work within multiple web-based applications in a virtual room. Hence, you don’t have to struggle to share your screen in a meeting or a class.
Switchboard lets users videoconference and work within multiple web-based applications — from Google Docs and Figma, to Trello and Jira — in a single virtual room. Instead of toggling between tabs and apps or having to share a screen, users can bring all of their materials to shared space.
rAVe [PUBS] and many other industry publications have written recently about the great work of the AVIXA Women’s Council and its partnership with Rosie Riveters. Since this has been written about in many places, I won’t rewrite everything here. There are a few points I would like to make, however.