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Capitol Improvements

Whether it is a local city council meeting or state/federal government session–every seat counts when it comes to seeing and hearing. This is a priority at the Wyoming State Capitol building. Originally built in 1888,... Read More »

Technology for the New Office Environment

How can technology help prepare a productive and safe work environment with employees transitioning from being quarantined at home to the workplace? Integrated Conferencing Solutions Organizations should anticipate many new web conferencing users accustomed to... Read More »

Optimize for Every Room Size

CBRE Group, Inc. is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm and is routinely included on the Fortune 500. Located high above Park Avenue, CBRE’s Manhattan office features multiple conference rooms and... Read More »

Hardware Doesn’t Have To Be A Hard Decision

Your organization may already have a Unified Communications (UC) platform like Microsoft Teams, Cisco WebEx or Zoom deployed. However, to add a new meeting room, leaders must decide which hardware to use: a PC, a... Read More »

Trump Technology Tariffs: The AV Industry Responds

Products affected by 25 percent technology tariffs include components AV integrators use every day. How will they cope with rising costs—& who will pay? We’re closing in on the start of a 25 percent technology... Read More »

Zoom Rooms: The Future of Video Conferencing

If you haven’t heard of “Zoom Rooms,” you will soon. Created by its title company Zoom, Zoom Rooms provide remote conferencing services using cloud computing. Zoom Rooms also offer communication software that combines video conferencing,... Read More »

Organization & Concealment: ConocoPhillips

Along Interstate 10 in Houston on Energy Corridor sits the sprawling ConocoPhillips campus comprised of two twenty-two story buildings known as Energy Center Three and Energy Center Four. Each building in this central hub of... Read More »