CE Week’s organizers have announced the final lineup for this year’s CE Week Conference Program, which runs June 23-25.
At InfoComm next week, Crestron will demonstrate a "joint solution" with the new Microrsoft Surface Hub.
D-Tools announced that it has formed an strategic partnership with SBS Group, Inc., described as “ a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Master VAR of consulting and IT solutions.” The two companies, they said, “will form an integrated software solution that combines the power of both the D-Tools System Integrator and Microsoft Dynamics SL ERP platforms.”
You'd be forgiven if you forgot what the Surface Hub is. After all, Microsoft announced it the same day as its futuristic HoloLens headset -- arguably the more interesting of the two products. Even so, though, the Hub is a compelling device in its own right: a big pen display designed for conference rooms, making it easier for employees to brainstorm, even if some people are tuning in remotely.
D&H Distributing hosted an upbeat contingent of vendors and dealers its semi-annual vendor/dealer show June 4th at Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pa., not far from its headquarters. One of the show’s aims was to present products and total solutions answering the needs of the K-through-12 educational market ahead of the back-to-school season. The event included…
D&H Distributing will hold the 2015 edition of the D&H Mid-Atlantic Summer Technology Show next week. The show will take place June 4 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center in Hershey, Pa.
Every integrator I talk with is on the go more than ever before. We seem to be working constantly with multiple devices—from the office, jobsite, home, coffee shops, cars and airplanes. The challenge is to maintain access to all of your vital info, daily communications and core software as you move from device to device and place to place.
The Rasberry Pi Foundation announced the Raspberry Pi 2 today. The all-new Raspberry Pi2 comes with new hardware, including a Broadcom 900MHZ quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor and 1GB of RAM. It supports up to 4 USB connections and its primary storage is a MicroSD card, making it a much powerful machine compared to its predecessor and for $35 only. And for the first time, the machine is capable of running Microsoft’s upcoming operating system Windows 10.