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Sound Off: Can Object-Based and Channel-Based Encoding Coexist?

When it comes to immersive audio, you don't have to choose between object-based or channel-based encoding. Here's how to make them work together for…

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Vidbox Video Conversion Suite Helps Uncover Old High School Movie

The $89 Vidbox Video Conversion Suite is a simple way for integrators to earn add-on revenue with minimal effort. It…

23 Big (and Small) Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Sell Service Plans

23 Big (and Small) Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Sell Service Plans

September 21, 2017 Too few integrators in the industry understand what's involved in implementing service plans ... until it's too late.

5 Ways to Keep Your Project Budget in Line

5 Ways to Keep Your Project Budget in Line

Advertorial · Don’t let poor project planning blow your company profits and client satisfaction.

Why Extra Features Are the Silent Service-Plan Profit Killer

Why Extra Features Are the Silent Service-Plan Profit Killer

August 24, 2017 Thinking of adding extra features or offerings to your service plans? Don't! Selling over-complicated service plans pits you against a silent profitability killer: operational overhead.

3 Ways to Step Up Your Customer Service Game

3 Ways to Step Up Your Customer Service Game

August 16, 2017 It's hard to make the project-to-service transition, but these three pillars of a service-first approach will help get you started. For more info, attend OneVision's service workshop at CEDIA 2017.

Sound Off: Can Object-Based and Channel-Based Encoding Coexist?

Sound Off: Can Object-Based and Channel-Based Encoding Coexist?

August 14, 2017 When it comes to immersive audio, you don't have to choose between object-based or channel-based encoding. Here's how to make them work together for perfect 3D home theater surround sound.


New Microsoft Cortana-Powered Smart Thermostat GLAS Takes Aim at Nest

August 09, 2017 Microsoft and Johnson Controls partner to create GLAS, a classy-looking smart thermostat with Microsoft Cortana voice assistant built in. It's one of the first third-party integrations for Cortana.

How to Transition from ‘Free’ to ‘Paid’ Without Burning Client Relationships

How to Transition from ‘Free’ to ‘Paid’ Without Burning Client Relationships

August 09, 2017 What can integrators learn from the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times? One newspaper transitioned from 'free' articles to 'paid' memberships without burning any bridges, and you can too.

Will.i.am and Wink’s First Z-Wave Devices: A Shift in Smart-Home Strategy?

Will.i.am and Wink’s First Z-Wave Devices: A Shift in Smart-Home Strategy?

August 06, 2017 FCC filings reveal Wink Labs, the home-automation developer recently acquired by will.i.am (i.am+), is making its own Z-Wave security peripherals for the first time -- after years of handing that business to third-party IoT device makers. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Under the Surface of Lennar’s Move to Wireless & Amazon Smart-Home Services

Under the Surface of Lennar’s Move to Wireless & Amazon Smart-Home Services

August 02, 2017 When paired with Lennar’s decision to utilize Amazon Home Services for installation, the builder’s sharp reduction in low voltage cabling reinforces the notion that it sees a traditional path to the smart home, the CEDIA channel, as outdated.

We Need to Talk about Cybersecurity for Older, Unsupported IoT Devices

We Need to Talk about Cybersecurity for Older, Unsupported IoT Devices

August 02, 2017 How do we continue to secure a smart home after manufacturers discontinue support for older home-automation hubs, smart TVs, connected lights and other IoT devices? Krika’s Bruno Napoli weighs in. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

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