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Even if you can’t afford a gargantuan folding display, you can at least spend some minutes hearing about the latest news and information surrounding the residential side of the AV industry. Joining us this week is Owner of Home Theater Advisors Mark Feinberg and President of The Source Home Theater Todd Anthony Puma.
According to a report from cybersecurity firm Blackfog, network security risks are increasing in small businesses. Normally it’s the big names that make the news when their client lists or personal info leaks, but even small to middle-sized businesses are at risk for devastating cyberattacks. What can we do, if anything, as an integrator?
Snap One increases their cloud infrastructure investments. This upgrade on their OvrC services looks to help both integrators and clients in their day-to-day workings. Sometimes customers will use these services, but mostly it falls to the integrator to bring these options forward. Looking at the potential value of service models like this and if they can benefit those in the residential space.
Finally, we look at C SEED’s foldable display. And looking might be the only thing we can do, since the 137 or 165-inch stand goes for a whopping $233,000. Aside from the ridiculous price point, would we ever see this outside of the most luxurious clients? Could there be an opening for something like this at an affordable range somewhere down the line? Discussing the high-falutin’ side of residential.
- Mark Feinberg – Home Theater Advisors
- Todd Anthony Puma – The Source Home Theater
- CE Pro – Small businesses at risk for cybersecurity threats
- Residential Tech Today – Snap One increases emphasis on cloud services
- CE Pro – C SEED’s folding TV