In today’s digital age it is very possible for a company to grow extremely rapidly. Marketing campaigns can catch on and go viral, great new products can be shared in an instant and services like Uber can become a game-changer that thousands and millions can start utilizing seemingly at the same time. This isn’t always a good thing, as companies aren’t always equipped to handle a large uptick in production in a short amount of time. Read on to learn some tips on how to control growth and sustain your business.
SchoolDude has launched two Collaborative Operations Management Platforms, MaintenanceEssentials Pro and EventEssentials Pro, helping educational institutions to communicate, collaborate and complete operational work more efficiently.
MobileDay extends services with Push, a one-touch dial in option for conference calls.
Document cameras should have the ability to interact with existing technology in the classroom. Does your document camera have this capability? Read on the learn more.
The North Carolina’s Men’s Shelter of Charlotte, a shelter that houses homeless men while they get back on their feet, was using an old CCTV system for the security of their facility and clients for too long. When Kurt Kottkamp of Enterprise Security Systems learned about the shelter’s situation it initiated a conversation that led to a brand new system and install for the shelter. Learn how industry altruism helped the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte stay secure.
SDCCD installs a new lighting system to give its administrative building better lighting, and cut back on energy consumption.
Higher learning is embracing technology and beginning to shift its learning methods. What does the education system of the future look like? Read on.
Last year Bose officially became the official headset provider for the NFL. However, the story behind these headsets starts over three years ago. I was able to visit Gillette Stadium and try out these new headsets on the sidelines before the Patriots’ first preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. It taught me a lot about the company and the tech that they create.