Collaboration has evolved continuously. Once it meant working together in a room. Not long after it meant video conferencing across the country or world. Today it means a whole lot more than simple video conferencing.
Short of burying your devices in concrete, assuring that your cyber security is strong enough to keep your university’s information safe is a hard task. Read on to learn some tips to keep everything secure.
There are a ton of regulations that fall on school systems in a number of ways. One that is sometimes overlooked covers school communication. Here are some tips to help you improve compliance.
Augmented reality and the Internet of Things is going to change the world, and as a part of that the way we do business, and where we do business, will change.
New Martin Audio CDD loudspeakers highlight a state-of-the-art AV system at University of Kent’s Canterbury Campus K-Bar.
The industry is constantly attempting to identify, explain and predict which technologies will be adapted by consumers, and InfoComm 2016 revealed plenty of insight as to where technology and the industry is headed.
Without a formal gross anatomy laboratory, Idaho State University-Meridian students relied on video conferencing in the main Pocatello campus for the interactive portion of their studies. Complementing a newly constructed laboratory facility with more than 35 Sharp display systems, ISU-Meridian has advanced health sciences studies across campus and established a hands-on, interactive learning environment.
In the first of a three part series, we explore how classroom lighting can help keep students alert
The Springfield Catholic High School students in Springfield, Mo. are going to receive new laptops as part of a multimillion dollar deal.
After the announcement of the companies’ partnership last month, Cisco and IBM give insight into what the first solution offering will entail.