Once More: Eliminate User and Security Breaches, Hacks Will Be Solved

There are things you can do every day to protect your stuff from evil doers even if you use their Cloud. Be a little paranoid combined with a big dose of common sense/diligence. That includes helping your company protect its vital and sensative information.

Interactive Displays Are Growing

Interactive LED displays are giant circuit boards filled with super-bright LEDs that respond in a complex and subtle fashion to stimulus provided by human interaction.

Dolby Atmos vs. Auro-3D… All About Next Gen Surround Sound

Before we talk about putting these new 3D sound systems into a room, let's talk about the differences between Dolby Atmos and Auro-3D. They are significant.

Smart Thermostats from Honeywell

The Lyric thermostat is intended as a DIY product, that can work with 97% of HVAC systems in the U.S

Electronic Locks

Controlling all the home automation from the front door is really all about the convenience of being able to set-up the home right at the home's entry point.

Priorities for Managed Service Gateways in the Fiber-Connected Home

Moving forward, data will be an increasingly precious commodity, leveraged by innovative companies to provide personalized services to consumers.

2014 In Review

Here are some of the more popular and interesting articles and developments from the past year.

Keeping It Green: Columbus Zoo and Aquarium Installs Peerless-AV® Xtreme™ Displays

Utilizing its internal digital content network, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium's staff has found it easier to connect with visitors and share relevant and interesting information.

How Small Businesses Can Use Smart Technology

Home automation technology doesn't only save business owners time and money. It also helps boost their reputation as tech savvy, environmentally friendly organizations.

Will Lasers Be The Future For Projectors?

In the future, I expect the familiar projection bulbs that we have used for decades will be phased out and replaced by laser/LED technology, as this light source puts out much less heat and are quieter, allowing for more placement options.

Bluetooth and ZigBee: A new standards war brewing?

Just like there are WiFi/Bluetooth combo products today, capable of "talking" both WiFi and Bluetooth, there will be devices in the future that can "talk" both ZigBee and Bluetooth. Trying to pit one technology against the other does not do right to either of them, creates a standards war, and stalls the market.

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary
Jan, Feb, Mar 2015

With the New Year comes the end of the Holiday Tradeshow lull and of course CES and the many events centered around it!

European manufacturer of the wireless home automation system FIBARO comes to U.S.

Fibar Group, European manufacturer of the wireless home automation system FIBARO comes to U.S.

The Pros, Cons of Software vs. Hardware RAID

With today's vastly improved, more powerful CPUs, the performance differences between hardware and software RAID options have been virtually eliminated.

Smarten Up: Win More Home Buyers Through Effective Audio Branding

As a homebuilder, you have an opportunity to convey numerous positive sounding audio messages about your brand - from the quality of your work to the top-quality products that go into your work - throughout your showhome.

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