Workplace data from IoT can prove invaluable aiding corporate planning for deployment of rooms and tech solutions. But who should own that data?
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Storing both physical material and data is a priority for universities, but how can these schools do so without breaking the bank?
With such an extensive student and staff population to support, Billings Public Schools require a reliable, cost-effective plan to implement their mission of providing technology that allows students and staff to live, learn and work successfully in an increasingly complex and information rich society.
In the 1960’s classic, The Graduate, a veteran of corporate America offers his mentee career advice in one word: plastics. Perhaps if this movie were to be remade today the advice would be two words: data science.
Analytics can help your business in so many ways – from manufacturing to marketing to retail and beyond. How do you get started? Read on.
Real-time speech analytics technology helps best-in-class contact centers go above and beyond to ensure agents deliver efficient, accurate, and memorable conversations, every time.
The Internet of Things is coming according to many reports. Still, many technology managers have yet to understand how that will affect their businesses. Here are some potential examples.
If you don’t think wiring can be scary, you’ve never been in the trenches of a takeover job.
Ramsey School turned to its 15-year relationship with Lightpath to expand its network bandwidth and enable 1:1 capabilities with students, which includes supporting 2,000 iPads.
Today’s Enterprise Content Management technology isn’t just robust; its widening implementation is both inevitable and welcome.