Brave New World
You thought we were done talking about InfoComm 2019? Of course not! Joe Pham of QSC held a conference at the show about the future of the AV industry and the trend of platform ecosystems. Adding to what we previously discussed software eating AV on AV Week, is there any validity to the statement? Are ecosystems a viable future for AV?
Over in Florida, hackers have launched multiple ransomware attacks against municipalities costing nearly a million dollars to replace infrastructure. Discussing prevention methods and how to safeguard against attacks.
- Bradford Benn – Bradford on Twitter
- Michael Drainer – Drainer Technologies
Links to sources:
- AV Asia Pacific – The future of AV and platform ecosystems
- Bleeping Computer – $1 Million loss through ransomware attacks in Florida
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