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Bottom Line: Flexible, Functional, and Cost Efficient 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
Keith Fish, VSI project manager, cited what is a common, straight-forward bottom line for many AV installations—flexibility, functionality, and cost efficiency—when discussing VSI’s most recent installation....

Toronto Deploys Wireless Signage on Commuter Trains 
By John W. DeWitt
Digital signage has become a ubiquitous tool for informing and entertaining the traveling public—particularly via fixed installations in airports, bus terminals, and train stations. "We face unique networking challenges when deploying on moving trains," says Jonathan Rhee, vice president of operations for United Mobile Broadcasting Corporation (UMBC)...

Market Mysteries 
By Michael Goldman
I'm just home from a vibrant CEDIA Expo 2008 — an event SVC is covering in detail online and in our upcoming October issue...

Expert Roundtable: Trends in Education 
By Jack Kontney
The education market for AV installation is both segmented and expansive. In terms of needs, goals, and requirements, there are distinct differences between K-12 and higher education...

Software as a Service: Hosted Digital Signage on the Rise  
By John W. DeWitt
Software as a service (SaaS), often referred to as a hosted application, has proliferated in many business application areas over the past few years--with Salesforce.com as one the earliest and best-known pure SaaS applications. Two years ago, established digital-signage software maker Rise Vision...

CEDIA Preview 
By Jack Kontney
As the CEDIA Expo arrives at the Colorado Convention Center in early September, more than 25,000 designers, integrators, architects, and builders are...

InfoComm 08 in Review 
By Trevor Boyer
InfoComm 08 was a packed and energetic show, with important technology on display in all categories video, audio, AV, and various types of related gear....

Focus on Corporate AV: Multifunctional AV Network for Businesses 
By John DeWitt
Small professional businesses such as dental practices represent a conundrum of opportunity versus challenge for AV providers and integrators. These prospective...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Scott Residence, Sedona, Ariz. 
By Jack Kontney
Many traditional integration firms shy away from residential installations, largely because the electronics don't conform to the norms of pro AV connectivity....

How Many Signs are Too Many? 
By John W. DeWitt
There are more and larger digital screens than ever--in the home, at retail, and in other public and private contexts. So is there such a thing as too many signs? Digital Signage Update talked to Bill Gerba, a digital-signage blogger and the CEO of Wirespring...

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