Electronic sensors are helping decrease cargo theft in freight, according to an article from Fleet Owner.
A survey published by Marketplace Learning Curve let parents weigh in on the impact of technology on the quality of education, and found that 71 percent of those polled think that the digital classroom is doing good things for their children.
A report from IDC has found that network and laptop purchases will spur educational IT spending to about $6.6 billion in 2015.
In order to help your IT clients understand security, you must understand the laws and standards that apply to their sectors. Here are six security laws, provided in an infographic from SysCloud that you should know.
A white paper by Heartland Payment Systems, titled EMV and Educational Institutions: What You Need To Know outlines the benefits of EMV solutions at educational institutions and provides some important information for VARs trying to help their education IT clients.
Education is undergoing a time of change —with drivers including government mandates and the characteristics of new generations of students. The challenges created by this evolution can be opportunities to provide new IT solutions.
The FCC has ruled in support of net neutrality, meaning Web traffic for all users will be treated equally and denying the creation of so-called “fast lanes” of access for a higher fee.
As technology use has exploded and pushed into the educational realm, the original parameters of Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) are being stretched, and some believe that it is time to update the guidelines to respond to the current environment.
In news, the FCC’s Net Neutrality Plan considers the needs of schools, and most schools’ Internet service does not meet demand. Also, a panel discusses issues with mobility and education.
In news this week, the University of San Diego launches the first location-based platform for social learning, and colleges are future-proofing their networks by adopting 802.11ac standards.