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AVWeek 647: Narrowing The Pro & Consumer Gap

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We’re here to bring you the biggest stories from the commercial side of the AV industry. Joining us to do just that are a panel of experts, starting with Sean Murphy from The Farm AV, and Joe Way of UCLA.

CES 2024 happened last week! The Consumer Electronics Show is exactly what it says on the tin, a look into the future of technology and products for consumers. Tim actually got to go (alongside fellow CTI member Patrick Norton, who was also just on ResiWeek talking about the show before it started) and he got to see some fascinating innovations in tech. We discuss the coolest things seen at the show and how they could fit into AV spaces for integrators.

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A cyberattack breaches the Australian court system’s AV network. Court Services Victoria knew about the attack near the end of December, but it’s possible that their systems were already compromised in November. As we become more cloud-based and more network centric, systems are at risk of attacks like this. As they usually say, it’s not a matter of if but when. What can we do to keep these secure?

Robert Heron writes for us about picking the perfect monitor for your work from home space. We would all love to be like Ace Johnson and have double-digit monitors to contend with, but for most we only have room for one or two monitors. What’s the best thing to look for in a display? We talk to two guys working from home already about their ideal setup.


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  • AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
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