Millennials have a lot of ideas about what the workplace should look like, and they’re willing to forego a job at a certain company if it doesn’t meet their standards. They want technology in the workplace. We’ve compiled a list of nine technologies that can help attract millennials talent to your company.
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.
BYOD is a trend that is slowly becoming expected from employees. There are benefits on both side of the relationship – increased efficiency and more time devoted to work from the employee, and comfort and ease of use for the employee. Before initiating a BYOD policy, however, there are some things to take under consideration.
A growing number of companies are using mobility to boost their agility, productivity, and job satisfaction. You must empower your employees for successful mobile usage.
Bring your own device (BYOD) policies have been utilized more and more often in the private sector. Government agencies, however, have been more reluctant to incorporate such practices. They state that security is a large concern. What does this mean for the corporate tech decision maker?
In any classroom where students and teachers are using mobile devices, it’s important they’re able to charge them as necessary. You can’t always depend on there being an outlet nearby. Here are some products to help you avoid battery drain throughout the day. The products on this list include things like charging and syncing carts, tablet docks, power cases and more. You’ll never have to worry about losing precious instruction time if you invest in one of these products we’ve highlighted for you.
According to a Business Insider article, multi-tasking is exhausting for college students, and is detrimental to producing good work, even though it is key action in today’s culture.
When TriZetto decided to build an Executive Briefing Center for client presentation and collaboration, they needed a solution that could keep them secure. Mersive helped cater their Solstice solution to meet all of TriZetto’s needs.
Central Arizona College was charged to craft collaborative rooms for students to bring their own devices while leaving instructors’ teaching undisturbed. The college answered the charge by investing in mobile furniture, Crestron AirMedia and Crestron Fusion RoomView technologies. Now, these classrooms enable students to move around and reconfigure the classroom, support students’ variety of devices, and maintain teaching familiarity and comfort for instructors.
BYOD is a common expectation of today’s college students. But what happens when students abuse it, or when a professor or administrator loses control of what students do on the network? Xirrus’s Bruce Miller says that this is a common struggle in today’s higher education institutions, and that colleges should consider keeping network access under control. Five major ways colleges can keep their BYOD access in check is by covering use cases, deciding how much control a class needs, bringing in a third party, getting granular with control and upping the in-class engagement.