TechDecisions speaks with Sam Pemberton of Imperial Software about EdLink mobile device management, BYOD, and analytics in K-12 school environments.
Bring your own device (BYOD) can be a headache for any institution. We asked AV integrators and IT providers for advice on BYOD. Check out their answers here!
If office workers of the 1950s could board a time machine and travel to the present day, they would be flummoxed by what they would encounter. Instead of scarred metal desks holding typewriters, notepads and pens, and rotary phones, they would be confronted with a multitude of screens – PC, laptop, smartphone, tablet, wearable – […]
By now, most commercial business leaders are fully aware of the benefits that come with integrating a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy into their organizational strategy. By enabling employees to utilize their own connected devices to accomplish their daily tasks, businesses can reduce reliance on expensive infrastructure, improve worker mobility and streamline communications processes. The benefits are […]
New technology has become a trend in every part of our lives, giving us new ways to do things faster, easier and with more data available. Change is all around us with new operating systems, platforms and hardware. In the midst of all this change, one thing is certain: Mobility is here to stay. Especially […]
If presentations are not done right, they could lead to boring, mind wandering time wasters, where the message doesn’t really get through properly. But, help is available in the form of great online tools that’ll help you create engaging presentations, whether you’re a student or a teacher. Keep their attention, get your message across, and […]
As central classroom displays have evolved from chalkboards to dry erase boards to interactive whiteboards (IWBs), whiteboarding has grown more interactive and technologically sophisticated over time. More than a decade after their first appearance in classrooms, it’s clear that IWBs and panels can engage students—but cost, the need for training, and concurrent use by many […]
Imagine you’re training your newest employee on how to correctly install a giant video wall display consisting of new technology that most of your employees have never seen before. How do you do it? Sure, you could have the employee shadow you during the actual installation and have them learn from your own work, but […]
Heart rates spike – reaching 179 beats per minute, nearly three times the average resting heart rate – during technically challenging meetings, according to a study commissioned by Barco. Aside from their well-being, bad technology in meetings is affecting their bottom lines. The study indicated productivity loss due to tech issues cost 24 percent of […]
The “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend related to smartphones, tablets and laptops may ease the technology burden for enterprises large and small—yet at the same time it slows down communication networks because of increased bandwidth reliance. The results? Voices echo or break up on business phone service. Streaming audio and video are slow, choppy […]