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 […]
“Who here has read Flatland?” asks Andrew Milne, Ph.D., the CEO of Tidebreak. The novella takes place in a two-dimensional world wherein the inhabitants tell each other apart by making contact and discovering the shape of those around them. The main character, a square, one day comes across a circle. That circle then shrinks and […]
It’s no secret that mobile technology is redefining the way we do many things, from communicating with family and friends to how we function in the workplace. Especially in the classroom, mobile technology is being adapted at growing rates. According to The Journal, one-third of U.S. students use school-issued mobile devices, with 33% of high […]
Bridgewater State University reveals how the school had success integrating a campus mobile app into the school.
In order to make the teaching and learning experience easier, Olentangy School District invested in the single sign-in solution OneClick, by ClassLink.
An overwhelming majority of students now carry a mobile device, and many carry multiple mobile devices. Make sure your BYOD policy is up to snuff
As our technology-driven world continues to evolve, people are discovering the benefits of going mobile. Here’s a look at what mobility can—and will—do for your business.
Nowhere is mobility more visible than on the nation’s college and university campuses. Students are tethered to their smartphones 24/7, but how do we keep the network secure?
Kramer’s K-Touch systems are helping Joe Gibbs Racing keep its teams informed before, during and between races.