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Paul Reigner, Control Room Account Manager

When we talk about technology evolution in control room environments, the transformations that truly make a difference are thought out and planned to improve operator safety, comfort, efficiency and situational awareness. To accomplish this, there are a variety of factors of new technology and room design that need to be evaluated with the advancement of integrated systems.

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Josh Herring, Marketing Communications Specialist

The life of a programmer isn’t glamorous, and the work is often underappreciated. Yet, there’s one characteristic of this month’s highlighted employee that’s difficult to overlook—and even more difficult to keep to ourselves.

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By Bill Brichta, Business Consultant - Instructional Technology & Retired CIO of Salus University

Schools have been forced to rapidly adapt to a wave of unexpected learning obstacles since the beginning of the pandemic. From closures and implementing remote learning to testing and social distancing on campus, the past year and change looked nothing like what higher education or K-12 institutions had in their 2020-2021 academic plans.

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Jim Ferlino, President and CEO

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t experienced difficulties connecting to their meeting or struggled to stay engaged—or even awake—through a two-hour Teams, Zoom or WebEx call.

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Josh Herring, Marketing Communications Specialist

To kickstart our Employee Spotlight series, it only seems fit to highlight one individual who embodies the team-oriented spirit and commitment to excellence that we so often see in those featured for International Women’s Month.

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