Mobile payments can make for a quick checkout experience, but that’s just the beginning of the potential this technology stands to deliver businesses — across industries. By leveraging additional marketing features of mobile payments, businesses can optimize existing efforts, and potentially, identify better methods of executing them.
Campus Safety Magazine, K-12 TechDecisions sister publication, announces the keynote speakers for its Chicago event in July. The Chicago Campus Safety Conference is just one of several events planned this year that covers topics on safety and security for school, college and hospital campuses.
NASA wished to add a projection screen to the International Space Station. The problem was that no existing technology fit the limited space with enough flexibility to be added to the ISS. They reached out to Screen Innovations to create a custom screen to add to the ISS technological catalog.
Polycom RealAccess brings the power of big data and connected products to help IT departments analyze utilization, capacity and success rates to make faster and smarter decisions.
SMART Technologies new interactive whiteboard comes with improved projectors that offer twice the lamp life at a reduced price.
NEC has added an HD Ultra-short-throw projector to its product lineup. Designed for classrooms, the U321H projector also offers power saving features that reduce the total cost of ownership.
ADTRAN’s wireless experts share the top 5 things to incorporate into your next Wi-Fi network. These features ensure your network has the capacity to serve your school’s needs in a reliable and capacity-rich manner.
See how one school used a unique, color-changing LED Lighting system to offer a one-of-a-kind learning experience for art students. The system is powered by Crestron technology.
There is a lot of important news coming out of Interop that concerns the IT community. The conference lasted from April 27 until May 1, and we saw a number of new products and services announced. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most important information for our readers coming out of the show.
The Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C. will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.