The AV Industry is riddled with misinformation about 4K including exaggerated specs, compatibility and performance. Meanwhile, AV integrators are left to sort out what’s real 4K or simulated 4K, only to be left vulnerable to making serious mistakes. Gary Kayye is an expert at 4K and in this course he will educate you on everything you REALLY need to know on how to specify, sell and integrate 4K systems right the first time. No myths, no “spec speak” – just the facts. Gary will share the top 4 applications for 4K, many you probably haven’t considered, what to expect in the future and how to best identify some of the common exaggerated 4K specs out there. This webinar is approved for 1.5 CTS RUs and is sponsored by Sharp.
Mon, Sep 30, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MDT
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corp. has introduced three 4K interactive whiteboards to its AQUOS BOARD line of displays. The three products include the 70, 75 and 86-inch PN-C861H interactive displays, according to a press release.
NEC Display Solutions of America has launched its CB Series Collaboration Suite, a out-of-the-box integrated solution for education. The series features multi-platform support with a 4K display and interactive whiteboard capabilities, according to a press release.
You’ve heard it before: The integration industry has finally converged with IT.
Many security and AV organizations now offer IT products and services in addition to traditional integrated solutions. Providing IT services is a natural fit with many integrator offerings, especially since they commonly work with decision-makers with IT departments. In addition, technicians are becoming IT-centric, deploying devices on networks and utilizing technical skillsets and knowledge.
Today, security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh has publicly disclosed a serious zero-day vulnerability for the Zoom video conferencing app on Macs. He has demonstrated that any website can open up a video-enabled call on a Mac with the Zoom app installed. That’s possible in part because the Zoom app apparently installs a web server on Macs that accepts requests regular browsers wouldn’t. In fact, if you uninstall Zoom, that web server persists and can reinstall Zoom without your intervention.
I want you to imagine a 46″ flat panel display. This display is in a staff cafeteria on the 30th floor of an office building. Wall-mounted. It is not an extravagant display, probably 1080p… not even smart (gasp!). You’ve seen one just like it, looping special events and other corporate propaganda. Now I want you to imagine stealing it. This display has a black-market value of, we’ll say for argument’s sake $100… heck, $200 if you are a smooth-talking con. Nevermind the fact that the elevators all have cameras. Disregard that you are on the 30th floor. Don’t worry that you have to pass the security guard who was already skeptical of your “AV” story. You could also choose to set off a fire exit alarm after running down 29 flights of stairs. Lastly, and maybe most importantly, you will undoubtedly walk by 100 other items on your way out the door that are magnitudes smaller and significantly more valuable.
Vulnerabilities in Zoom’s Mac desktop client were disclosed, hijacking flaws in Logitech’s Unifying USB dongles hit the mainstream and Draper, Inc. announced that its computer systems and communications networks were being held hostage by ransomware. Let’s take a closer look at each news story, and see what lessons can be learned from them.
It’s good to have helpful neighbors. PTC, a global business software provider long based in a Boston suburb, decided to move its corporate space to the city’s fast-growing seaport district. In order to attract young, forward-thinking professionals that will continue to help PTC stay at the forefront of technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), Internet of Things (IoT) and more, PTC knew it had to create the right work culture.
The deal, which closed last week, increases Live Technologies’ headcount to 235 employees, enough to make it the region’s largest audiovisual production company, based on Columbus Business First research. Since its founding in 1974, Live Technologies has created and produced over 30,000 live events for premier brands, organizations, business market leaders and top-tier entertainers throughout the country.
Design Thinking for AV returns this year as a three-day course the weekend before InfoComm 2019. This is a fast-paced, hands-on dive into Design Thinking methods for innovation and problem-solving. Read More >>