U.S. District Court in Illinois granted a request for the ClearOne patent infringement case against Shure related to beamforming mic conferencing system.
Companies like Sennheiser are applauding the new Order of Reconsideration from the FCC, which will provide more freedom to wireless audio manufacturers and users concerning spectrum bandwidth.
The Section 508 Refresh introduces a new set of web accessibility regulations that must be followed by any organization that is a part of or funded by the federal government.
TechDecisions spoke with Tom Kiley of Tom Kiley Law Group about the legal issues surrounding nuTonomy’s self-driving care pilot program coming to Boston. How did Boston get involved with autonomous cars? Because nuTonomy is a start-up, whose genesis is from MIT and Boston is their home turf. Boston presents the ultimate challenge to the […]
More than 645,000 students in the United States report having a disability. And while every higher education institution in the country has done its utmost in the last 30 years to ensure that campuses, offices and living spaces are accessible to those with a physical disability, many of their digital spaces are far less accommodating. […]
K-12 school and college facility managers in charge of safety, purchasing, administration or operations would be wise to ensure that their labels on containers ranging from barrels to spray bottles for chemical formulations such as cleaners, sanitizers, paints, solvents, and sealants are “Globally Harmonized System” (GHS) compliant. While not all schools and colleges are covered […]
Payment Card Industry compliance, also know as PCI, is a set of procedures that govern data security across an extensive series of debit and credit card payments. Businesses are obligated to comply with the requirements outlined by the PCI Security Standards Council in order for your merchant account to stay in good standing. PCI compliance […]
Getting into competitive schools is harder than ever, which is increasingly raising concerns about fraud in higher education.
The E-Residents are able to set up a business and bank account in the country without actually living there.
Managing multifaceted employee contracts can be a challenge for higher education as many institutions are hiring more staff, adjunct and part-time professors.