With 15 years in audiovisual integration sales, Corey Moss writes on AV and IT, unified communications and collaboration, cloud and software, mobility, cybersecurity, IoT and other technologies. He has conducted interviews on rAVe [Publications] with AV and IT industry executives and influencers. He is the host and producer of AV Power Up! here on rAVe RADIO. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Several days back, a virtual skirmish began on LinkedIn in the AV Industry Professionals group, with a post that posed the question “When will Crestron/AMX stop making touch panels and use consumer interfaces?” The question was introduced by Tim Albright of AV Nation, host of AV Week. I entered the conversation with the thought “They’re […]
On August 1st, I was an attendee at a high level Health Information Technology (HIT) meeting in Washington DC, as an invited guest of the National eHealth Collaborative. The National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC) is a public-private partnership that accelerates effective use of health IT to create a more patient and family centered healthcare system with […]
Have you read and heard enough about mobility and devices yet? The AV industry continues to buzz about the concept of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and how it relates to everything from presenting to collaborating to control. However I have to wonder, have the resellers and integrators grasped it as a core concept? I […]
If you’ve ever met someone on Facebook who you’ve wanted to carry on an extended friendship with, the possibility of a “Skype” chat is likely to arise in conversation. Upon agreement, each party simply downloads the application on their PC or mobile device, one sends a connect request to the other, and in minutes they’re […]
First let me say that InfoComm 2013 was hands down the best show I have ever attended since my beginnings in the AV industry dating back to Dallas in ’95 (great projector shootout by the way). The organization did a terrific job with its focused approach on cloud, unified communications, digital signage and especially BYOD. […]
It was six months ago that I purchased my new Windows laptop, as my old trusty Windows 7 laptop finally started to sputter. The new laptop was faster and ran on the new Windows 8 platform that I couldn’t wait to get on. Now there are those who won’t leave Windows 7 (and for justified […]