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Lianna Russell

Vistacom has taken its annual Tech Expo totally virtual for the first time ever with a four-part webinar series that showcases the latest AV industry trends. Transitioning to an online platform has allowed Vistacom to maintain its commitment to delivering important AV technology trends and updates to a worldwide audience.

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It’s not a new concept that a global security operations center (GSOC) has the potential to benefit organizations of any size. As leaders strive to protect people and assets in the midst of reduced on-site workforce numbers caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a centralized command center grows increasingly appealing. The GSOC is where a variety of systems and solutions come together to provide a singular operational picture, mitigate threats and promote enhanced communication during any given situation or emergency incident, providing levels of insight that benefit all industries.

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Lianna Russell

As college campuses across the country gear up for the fall semester and concerns about the spread of coronavirus continue to loom, there is still much uncertainty about what the classroom may actually look like. Some universities are opting for a fully online learning experience, while others are returning to the classroom, and others still are using a hybrid method that combines both options. No matter which category an institution falls into, it is important to have classroom technology that is conducive to a safe, and effective, learning environment.

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Dan Gundry

Over the last several weeks, the world has seen an unprecedented shift in day-to-day business operations, transitioning toward a remote workforce and all that entails, as well as limiting person-to-person contact in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. As more direction comes from the federal government (as well as many state leaders), businesses are tasked with not only keeping people safe, but critical assets, as well. Many times, this means keeping employees deemed “essential,” such as security directors and on-site operators safe and these departments operational.

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Lianna Russell

A control room environment comes in a number of forms and functions, but one thing remains consistent: the need for these spaces to meet the security demands of a 24/7/365 mission-critical environment. Incorporating the right technology and equipment, coupled with the support security leaders and operators need to make decisions, means that these spaces require thoughtful design and integration. This is where a control room integrator can come in and help deliver a number of results, such as:

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