Panel discussion at Whitlock Convergence Durham turns to collaboration, 4K, BYOD, and simplicity.
Multimedia is king these days and the classroom is no exception. Here’s our list of places where you can find good, digital content for your K-12 students.
Logos support CEA 4K UHD guidelines, seek to guide and inform consumers.
Big Data is the latest technology buzzword. It’s discussed in industries as different as Corporate America and education. Everybody’s talking about it, but what is it? How do you use it? And what does it mean for K-12 education?
The new access control system installed on this campus verifies individuals and makes an informed decision whether to allow them entrance.
Dr. Robbie Melton gives a keynote speech at NUTN, demonstrating how healthcare and home technology surpasses the advancements in higher education, and how higher education is in desperate need to catch up.
HDMI cables and their functionality within video distribution systems have come a long way in the past ten years. Jim Landis gives you the evolution of HDMI.
When CROSSMARK decided to create a Center for Collaboration, they wished to help WalMart and their suppliers plan for the future more productively. They installed two touchscreen video walls which highlight an incredible facility.
Given the ubiquity of tablets, it seems like it should be a no-brainer for all video conferencing and boardroom systems to be tablet-ready for both iPad and Android, but most are not.
If Generation Z college students ease off their technology wants, colleges can focus on fulfilling what they actually need.