Two integrators and an AV consultant share tips on how to implement interactive displays and what to cover during teacher training. The result is 7 tips any K-12 educator can use.
Diebold hosts 75 end users to discuss cybersecurity, cloud surveillance and inter-departmental communication.
High school physics teacher, Kristy Bibbey finds a way to make her class engaging for everyone. By combining a Vernier microphone, SMART Board and various musical instruments, Bibbey creates a visual representation of waveform, wavelength and frequency for her students.
Bring your own device (BYOD) policies have been utilized more and more often in the private sector. Government agencies, however, have been more reluctant to incorporate such practices. They state that security is a large concern. What does this mean for the corporate tech decision maker?
With the help of On-Line Communications, Fluidmesh, D+H, and Business Solutions Enterprises, Metuchen Savings Bank in New Jersey was able to upgrade from their outdated laser system in order to extend LAN/WAN between the branch and two administration buildings.
Thinking of buying pan/tilt/zoom cameras? Before you go ahead and make a purchase, read these tips from JVC’s Security Division expert. He’ll tell you how to choose the right PTZ model camera and why all security cameras are not created equal. Avoid wasting your money and read this first.
The Browning School is a NY-based all boys prep school with long and impressive history reflected in both its academic achievements and technology design. We take a look inside recent classroom renovations and the quest to turn a gymnasium into a multipurpose space.
EduComm Expo 2015 will debut in Atlanta this coming fall, and will feature a show floor and educational sessions for technology managers in higher education.