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Sorry naysayers...actual users are asking for voice control

Sorry naysayers...actual users are asking for voice control

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Written by Cameron Smith
The professional AV community discussion on voice automated control has been lively, and it shoul...
Australian Study Backs Up Collaboration Trends

Australian Study Backs Up Collaboration Trends

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Written by Cameron Smith

Apparently the Australian workplace environment isn't that different from North America and Europe. According to Polycom's Workplace of Future research, Australian and New Zealand employees spend more than 40% of their time collaborating with people who are not in their immediate vicinity. And what's more, this trend is expected to increase exponentially over the next 12 - 18 months. 

Classroom Wearable Technology to Grow Double Digits

Classroom Wearable Technology to Grow Double Digits

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Written by Cameron Smith
Wearable technology might not spring to mind when considering the classroom. Granted, wearables h...
Survey says...Parents Support Technology in the Classroom!

Survey says...Parents Support Technology in the Classroom!

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Written by Cameron Smith
Surprise, surprise! According to a survey by The Learning Assembly, a national network of educati...
The five stages of UCC technology adoption

The five stages of UCC technology adoption

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Written by Cameron Smith
Unified communications and collaboration (UCC) technology continues to transform our workplaces. ...
CEC isn't just for the home anymore

CEC isn't just for the home anymore

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Written by Cameron Smith
CEC, or Consumer Electronics Control, has been making home theater devices easier to control for over a decade. The concept of a single remote controlling multiple devices (up to 15 based on the spec) that are simply connected by HDMI cables is very attractive to both consumers and professionals alike. But what about the office and classroom? 
TechLogix Technology Nominated for Numerous Awards at ISE 2017

TechLogix Technology Nominated for Numerous Awards at ISE 2017

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Written by Cameron Smith
Manufacturers often receive recognition for a single new product at industry trade events, but rarely do multiple different technologies from a single supplier standout for major third-party awards. TechLogix Networx saw five different technologies recognized for such awards as Top New Industry Technology at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2017, the world’s largest AV Systems Integration trade event.
The TechLogix Share-Me™ Series Collaboration System is Now Shipping

The TechLogix Share-Me™ Series Collaboration System is Now Shipping

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Written by Cameron Smith
The TechLogix Share-Me™ Series redefines the usability, versatility and cost of huddle room, meet...
4K Audio??? What did you say???

4K Audio??? What did you say???

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Written by Cameron Smith
For those of you following CES 2017 product introductions, you might have noticed LG's claims to ...
TechLogix Launches 12 port Low Voltage Power Hub

TechLogix Launches 12 port Low Voltage Power Hub

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Written by Cameron Smith
Madison, Wisconsin, USA – U.S.-based manufacturer TechLogix Networx has furthered their commitmen...
iPads in the Classroom: do they really bring value?

iPads in the Classroom: do they really bring value?

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Written by Cameron Smith
eSchoolNews closed out the year by reviewing the top articles and topics from 2016. One of the mo...
Convention centers plan to invest in collaboration technology

Convention centers plan to invest in collaboration technology

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Written by Cameron Smith
Earlier this year, the International Association of Conference Centers (IACC) released the second...
Amazon Alexa will be in your hotel room

Amazon Alexa will be in your hotel room

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Written by Cameron Smith
Still wondering if Amazon Alexa and voice user interfaces are here to stay? The Wynn in Las Vegas...
Office Technology as a Recruitment Tool

Office Technology as a Recruitment Tool

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Written by Cameron Smith
Salary, benefits, titles--they all traditionally aid in recruiting the ideal candidate. But what ...
Early Learning and Educational Technology: Four Guidelines

Early Learning and Educational Technology: Four Guidelines

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Written by Cameron Smith
In October, the U.S. Department of Education released the "Early Learning and Educational Technol...
Employees lose two working days a year thanks to late meetings

Employees lose two working days a year thanks to late meetings

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Written by Cameron Smith
If worldwide meetings are anything like Europe, employees are losing over 19 hours per year in lo...
TechLogix CTO Donates Audio-Visual System

TechLogix CTO Donates Audio-Visual System

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Written by Cameron Smith
TechLogix CTO, Christopher Melendy, recently facilitated a major upgrade to the Prairie View Midd...
White Paper: Twisted Pair Extender Best Practices

White Paper: Twisted Pair Extender Best Practices

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Written by Cameron Smith
Tens of thousands of audio/video over twisted pair extenders are installed every day, but only a fraction are installed according to TIA/EIA standards or what most manufacturers consider as “best practices.” The enclosed guide outlines common considerations to ensure your installation functions properly for years to come.
AV in the Toilet: High-Tech Commode Sales Surge

AV in the Toilet: High-Tech Commode Sales Surge

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Written by Cameron Smith
Home technology surrounds us: from UHD video systems to wireless audio distribution to connected ...
Higher Ed flipped classrooms are now the norm

Higher Ed flipped classrooms are now the norm

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Written by Cameron Smith
Campus Technology recently surveyed higher education faculty members to get their take on the fli...
Another Argument for Corporate Tech: Ghost Meetings

Another Argument for Corporate Tech: Ghost Meetings

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Written by Cameron Smith
A fitting topic for Halloween, right? Insight published a report with an astounding statistic: e...
Huddle Room Metrics in Action: New York City Observations

Huddle Room Metrics in Action: New York City Observations

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Written by Cameron Smith
Commercial Observer recently posted their updated observations regarding meeting space integratio...
BYOD turns into Bring-Your-Own-Device-to-School

BYOD turns into Bring-Your-Own-Device-to-School

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Written by Cameron Smith
BYOD (bring-your-own-device) is pretty common in the corporate AV world--more than 95% of meeting...
Teachers score themselves poorly with technology...why and does it matter?

Teachers score themselves poorly with technology...why and does it matter?

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Written by Cameron Smith
According to a recent study by the University of Phoenix, only 15% of K-12 educators gave themsel...
What’s my bandwidth? When calling it “4K” isn’t enough…

What’s my bandwidth? When calling it “4K” isn’t enough…

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Written by Cameron Smith
download this article as a white paper Manufacturers often rate their products by the maximum sup...
What you (and most manufacturers) don't know about HDCP 2.2

What you (and most manufacturers) don't know about HDCP 2.2

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Written by Cameron Smith
HDCP has been the bane of audio-visual professionals since it debuted over a decade ago. Designed...
HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI & VGA...resolutions and relevancy

HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI & VGA...resolutions and relevancy

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Written by Cameron Smith
We often get asked what display connector formats we recommend in professional installations. Res...
Outdated conference room technology: a $37B problem

Outdated conference room technology: a $37B problem

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Written by Cameron Smith
Prysm launched the second installment of their "Six Realities Disrupting the Workplace" report se...
TechLogix in lights at House of Blues Dallas

TechLogix in lights at House of Blues Dallas

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Written by Cameron Smith
TechLogix capped a successful CEDIA debut with a showing in lights at the House of Blues Dallas i...
TechLogix Networx Launches Program for Non-Profits

TechLogix Networx Launches Program for Non-Profits

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Written by Cameron Smith
Madison, WI, USA – TechLogix Networx, a U.S.-based technology company launched earlier this year,...
Low Impedance Speaker Wiring for 4/8 Ohm Systems

Low Impedance Speaker Wiring for 4/8 Ohm Systems

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Written by Christopher Melendy
I wrote this white paper a few months ago with the goal of demystifying loudspeaker wiring. Hooking up one pair of speakers (like you would on your HiFi) is fairly straight forward, but what if you need to use the same amplifier to drive several additional speakers?