The 5.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Virginia in 2011 causing devastating damage for miles around, forced a number of key buildings in the Louisa County area to be condemned and demolished including the High School. Within four years a brand new building was designed and constructed, providing pupils not only with additional space, but also […]
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Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) in Puyallup, Wash., offers over forty courses in aerospace, engineering, science and technology. But despite CPTC’s complex subject matter, the school’s technology has struggled to keep up with modern times, partly because of the pesky power surges that plagued its previous system. The Tech Decision CPTC’s Dean for Health, Client, […]
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) provides electricity to 205,000 residents within four major counties, and covers a demanding 2,100 square miles of service territory. As a cooperative, MTEMC refers to their customers as members, and with significant growth and 80-year history, has proudly become the state of Tennessee’s largest electric corporation. The Tech Decision […]
The Curtis Institute of Music’s collection of audio and visual files is vast, and rapidly expanding. There are about 100 concerts in the student recital series alone, plus orchestra concerts, operas, masterclasses, and tour performances each year. Each student recital needs to be recorded and cataloged for future reference. Audio files can range from 100-300MB […]
The celebration of 250 years in business is quite a feat considering that customer trends change from year to year. Today’s smart phone toting consumer values quick images and selfies more than the experience of simply walking through a room of historical or celebrity figures. For the Madam Tussauds located in Times Square, Merlin Entertainment […]
The Arizona State University Beus Center has installed a 4mm pixel pitch 33-foot wide by 11.5-foot high NanoLumens Nixel Series display video wall in its lobby.
Middlesex Community College is using Softdocs Etrieve, an enterprise content management, e-forms and workflow platform to give self-service capabilities to students and reduce paper touchpoints between offices at its two campuses in Lowell and Bedford, Mass.
Western Sydney University thought in very big terms when it first envisioned building a new (AUD) $220.5 million campus in the Parramatta City Precinct, the geographic heart of Sydney, Australia. The result is the university’s first ever “vertical” campus that is now being used by thousands of students who pass through the 285,224 square foot, […]