Build a Better Mouse Trap
Integrated Systems Europe 2020 may be looming over the horizon like a storm cloud, but that doesn’t mean we can’t check out what else is going on in the world of IT and AV.
Cisco is suing Norwegian startup Neat for theft of trade secrets. How this could affect the customers, and the eternal debate of intellectual property and who owns the code.
A vulnerability in Windows 10 also affects Google’s Chrome browser. At the same time, Windows is dropping support for Windows 7. Is our operating system ever truly safe? Looking at what technicians can do to keep their networks secure.
Links to sources:
- AVNation – Cisco and Neat enter litigation for trade secret theft
- PC Mag – NSA finds vulnerability in Windows 10 and Chome browser
- The News Tribune – Windows 7 no longer supported
In 2002 the InfoComm show announced that IT and AV were converging. Today, those two worlds have converged on a variety of levels; both technologically and economically. Out of this coming together AVNation created the IT AV podcast.
This monthly podcast is hosted by AVNation founder, Tim Albright. He gathers the brightest minds that cross the line between IT and AV. The stories that are covered by IT AV are ones that impact both the audiovisual industry as well as the IT networks on which they live. Those topics include security, AVoIP (audiovisual signals over IP networks), service based programs, remote access and monitoring, as well as network best practices.
Tim Albright hosts this monthly program. Albright is the founder and president of AVNation Media. He has taught InfoComm classes on AV over IP, control programming, and emerging technologies. He also hosts a number of other AVNation media podcasts. If you are interested in being a guest on IT AV email Tim Albright at firstname.lastname@example.org