By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 29, 2015
One of my first articles written for Residential Systems
, “The Man Cave is Extinct
” helped birth my career in writing. Hearing the term "man cave" today still makes me cringe.
By John Sciacca January 28, 2015
Since the show, I’ve had several people ask me what I felt the big items were. Here’s what I’ve been telling them.
By Todd Anthony Puma January 27, 2015
Our clients expect us to stand behind the products we sell and the work we do, rightly so. I know it is tempting to try to charge for every little service call, but how would you feel if you put yourself in your customer’s shoes?
By Jason Gibson January 26, 2015
That’s the most common question I’m asked when I help integrators with their network issues.
By Jeremy J. Glowacki January 23, 2015
Before you dismiss Microsoft’s Project HoloLens as an even lamer Google Glass (I mean, come on, it’s Microsoft!) consider the potential of an application experienced first-hand by Wired writer Jessi Hempel, who reported on the technology following her trip to the company’s Redmond, WA, campus this past October.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 21, 2015
There are things we should be doing during any lull in business, and the beginning of the year is a great time to take a step back and get your ducks all lined up in a row.
By Todd Anthony Puma January 21, 2015
Ten years ago when I first started out in this industry, it used to be that pretty much every job got the same remote – the URC MX850 (and later the MX980).
By John Sciacca January 20, 2015
In the spirit of Festivus, here are eight things customers say that make me want to cancel my donations to the Human Fund.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 15, 2015
If you are not conscious of how you are making your clients feel, then you are losing long-term relationships and long-term dollars. Here are a few things to think about as we start the New Year.
By Todd Anthony Puma January 13, 2015
Change is scary. I was beyond nervous when I pivoted my business toward Crestron-quality projects. But the change has been the best business decision I’ve ever made.