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Three Ways Retailers Could Evolve to Avoid Obsolescence

By Heather L. Sidorowicz | January 19, 2017

Last week I brought my 10-year-old daughter to the largest mall in our area. Like most malls, JCPenney, Macy’s, and Lord & Taylor anchor the concrete beast. Sears just announced this location is one of the stores they will be closing. What shocked me, however, was the amount of empty storefronts that once held retailers I’ve known since my childhood. And this is not a local problem, either.

Deepwater Horizon Ultra HD-Blu-ray Review

By John Sciacca | January 17, 2017

This is the second pairing between director Peter Berg and actor Mark Wahlberg, a team that is carving out quite a niche by focusing on recreating actual events for the big screen. Here they tackle what happened back in 2010 on the Deepwater Horizon exploration platform.

My Hybrid Approach for Streamlined Programming

By Todd Anthony Puma | January 12, 2017

Sometimes we do things how we always have, even if we know that there is an easier way. When Crestron first introduced the Pyng hub, most dealers saw it as an entry-level offering—something to compete with not just Control4 and Savant, but Logitech Harmony as well. While many dealers welcomed a simple, cost-effective solution, a majority rebelled against Pyng and felt it was putting Crestron in a race to the bottom.

Learning from Employees When They Quit

By Henry Clifford | January 10, 2017

Losing a key employee is never fun and made worse when they leave things undone and don’t cross the finish line. We decided to learn from a recent dust-up and wanted to share our experiences in the hopes we might save another business a few headaches.

CES Takeaways: HDMI 2.1, OLED, Alexa, Dolby Vision, and More

By John Sciacca | January 9, 2017

To be honest, this year’s CES was stressful in a way that the other 10-plus shows that I’ve attended haven’t been. Perhaps there were just more exhibitors, or that it was more companies exhibiting in the same category, and though walking the halls of the Sands Expo and Eureka Park were exciting in the past, this year I found them to be a bit overwhelming.

Four Products I Would Love to See at CES 2017

By Heather L. Sidorowicz | January 4, 2017

If you have never been to CES, it truly is an event like no other. However, technology at the show seems to get caught up with jumping forward to the future before fixing the current issues that lie in front of us. Here are four products I wish someone would create and show off at this world-renowned event this year.

Don’t Assume You Lost the Job When a Client Doesn’t Respond

By Todd Anthony Puma | January 3, 2017

A friend of mine was recently job-hunting, and was disappointed when he had a great interview with a company, but then they went radio-silent. My friend made two misjudgments. First, he forgot that his job hunt was not a top priority for the decision maker and then he made the assumption that no news is bad news.

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