Solstice 2.0 runs on original Solstice features while providing four new features.
Red Thread transforms an unused space in the Lamont Library at Harvard University into an up-to-date, technological collaborative center.
Collaborative learning strategies have changed for today’s college kids, especially with options like long distance learning, online classes and BYOD
Florida International University’s new restaurant management lab is one of a kind in the world, and sets the bar for the future of hospitality training.
See the William Jewel Pryor Learning Commons, a 21st century library that promotes interactive and collaborative learning through cutting-edge A/V. Videoconferencing rooms, interactive displays, wireless technology and social media allow students to work together on multimedia projects. The library design also accommodates BYOD.
Public cloud storage solutions have found their way into small businesses, but not all are created equal. Here’s a roundup of the standouts.
Unified Communications is trickling down from the enterprise and becoming a robust solution for smaller organizations. Its higher-end abilities are luring users away from the sometimes unreliable Skype and Google Hangouts. UC’s growing popularity means new capabilities are quickly being added.
Sheridan College created innovative “flex classrooms” that can be used in a variety of ways and host a number of A/V systems. These rooms include NEC commercial-grade projectors, Dell computers, AverVision SPB350+ document cameras, movable teaching podiums, Extron DMP 44 LC digital matrix processors, Extron power amplifiers and Shure wireless gooseneck microphones. The network switches are Cisco.
Distributed workers — and the unified communications systems that support them — enable organizations to operate on a global scale.