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How to be an expert in all things digital
Monday - 4/19/2010, 5:05pm EDT
What do you do when your boss walks up to you and says, "Make me look good in the next teleconference"?
One approach may be to take advantage of some of the training available from InfoComm.
Federal websites today are encouraged to add streaming media and web casting.
Sometimes called Web 3.0, IT professionals may not have the expertise to help in AV areas.
InfoComm has white pagers, books, on line learning, conferences, a whole wide array of ways to stretch you IT skills to the audio visual area.
Learn more during this week's show, when host John Gilroy talks with Randy Lemke, CEO at InfoComm.