The increasingly tense intersection between technology and privacy in the workplace is an issue requiring ongoing monitoring by C.I.O.s and Boards of Directors. But as technology is used more widely in offices, what are the legal ramifications and what part will AV and AI play?
Markets such as broadcasting, post-production, corporate, education, medical, security and houses of worship are expected to benefit from the many advantages of new technologies that enable video and sound signals to be sent through standard IT networks.
Teleportivity understands that a one-size-fits-all approach to live support never truly cuts it, introducing their Live Support System for Pro-AV.
5G is on its way, in one form or another. CEDIA Director of Technical Content and regular contributor to Connected Magazine, David Meyer explains the short and long term vision for mobile technology in Australia.
It seems like we’ve been talking about AV over IP for as long as internet protocols have existed but with new players entering the market, such as Extron, who soft launched their solution at Integrate last year, and customer expectations on the rise, the discussion over transmission of audio-visual data over a network continues to be the industry’s dominant trend.
Australia’s $50 billion National Broadband Network is due for completion by 2020, but it may already be on the road to obsolescence.
With the roll out of the NBN across the network, it’s not just the consumers that are confused. The Australian Registered Cablers’, Kevin Fothergill, dicsusses how cablers can capitalise on the arrival of the NBN and reclaim their place in this game of (cable) thrones.