It’s not easy being a University Technology Manager. From working with integrators, to choosing the right training, to planning for the future, these unsung heroes deal with a lot.
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Big data and advanced analytics have helped businesses bolster a number of areas, but the physical security space is often overlooked.
Utilizing an automated registration system helped Ryan Adkins make Yorkville Community Unit School District 115 more efficient.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, July 21, 2017? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
Host Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Nancy Knowlton of Nureva about audioconferencing, active collaboration, and how the two must work in tandem.
The San Jose State University (SJSU) College of the Humanities and the Arts’ Department of Television, Radio, Film and Theatre (TRFT) offers a state-of-the-art TV production infrastructure that provides hands-on training and experience to students preparing for careers in television, radio, film and multimedia. The Tech Decision As part of the renovations of the Hammer […]
School districts are increasingly moving to a 1:1 format for several reasons. Here are tips from the technology director at Ignacio School District.
Digital signage has grown up. It’s now more powerful and intuitive than when it first came onto the scene. Typically platforms are cloud-based and everything can be accessed through a web browser – i.e. no software to download. There are various roles and permission levels that can allow more people (even students) to be involved […]
Professional AV is moving toward data-based environments that could deliver end users increased value with AV analytics opportunities, but are integrators ready to realize them?
Ransomware isn’t only a threat to large corporations. IT as a Service (ITaaS) and multi-layered security could be the answer for small businesses too.