In order to better serve end users in the academic, administrative and research departments, GW upgrades its wireless network.
Students can help deter cyberbullying with the new STOPit app. Students are able to download the app directly to their smartphones. When cyber abuse occurs, students can use the app to report the incident. The report is sent directly to a cloud-based incident management system, DOCUMENTit, which notifies school administrators in real time. STOPit has recently partnered with Derek Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation and the app is currently implemented in over 100 schools across the United States and recently expanded into Canada, Ireland, Italy, and South Africa.
While companies almost always safeguard their offices with access control, surveillance and other security measures, while at the same time utilizing software to safeguard data in their network, there is a third danger that is almost always overlooked. Verbal disclosure of sensitive data can be overheard and used to cause just as much damage as a data breach. Sound masking can help to alleviate this danger.
In order to give fans a consistent audio experience at Lynn Stadium, the University of Louisville invested in a new sound system.
Christie launched its Christie Captiva Series, which features two new phosphor projectors.
Crowdfunding is not always simple. Andyshea Saberioon, CEO of PledgeCents, helps instruct educators on how to get the most out of their fundraising campaigns.
The EdiRedi application by Education Resources allows teachers to easily supervise their students’ use of their name-brand devices, as well control the content to enable individualized instruction. Teachers can also deploy lessons and activities, and differentiate instruction. This solution enables the delivery of new and existing materials at the right pace and level for each student’s needs. The cost-effective application is equal parts device, content and instructional management and looks to benefit 1:1 learning environments.
Future Electronics’ Quebec office often invited customers and clients to their offices for presentations about different business practices. When the existing AV equipment no longer met the needs of the company, they hired PFT Solutions to revamp the company’s tech. Included were video distribution capabilities to simulcast presentations across two overflow room and a Main Dining Hall 300-feet away.