By Corey Moss

I have been a writer for over five years now, I have enjoyed being a member of the press and media in the AV industry, following a career in commercial integration sales.

I research when I write, and I may go over an article numerous times to make sure it reads correctly. I will contact a source if I believe it to be necessary to confirm any information before publishing. 

There was a day, however, that I recall being called unethical via e-mail, others were copied on this e-mail as well. It was a direct attack on my integrity. 

It has stuck with me for two years now – and it was the only time I had ever been questioned. It was stated to me because I contributed an article elsewhere (with no such proviso prohibiting it under contract), demanded to have it taken down.

It was not. 

Read this. Reliable sources have specified that this internal document was never meant to be published externally. 

Furthermore, I was denied request to obtain the document through regular channels. 

Formulate your own opinion. 

With over 20 years in audio visual integration and IT/computer sales and consulting, Corey Moss is the owner of Convergent AV. Corey writes for the publication and hosts/produces podcasts – The AV Life, Convergent Tech Talk, AV Talk+ and Convergent Week. He has written for numerous industry publications about AV, IT, unified communications and collaboration (UCC), cloud and software, IoT, cybersecurity and more. He has also conducted interviews with AV and IT executives and global influencers. Find him talking about a whole lot of things, tech and otherwise. On LinkedIn