Over the past five years, the Onondaga County Department of Social Services in Syracuse, NY has transitioned from a paper-based system to a digital workflow that relies heavily on approximately 800 scanners from Kodak Alaris.
CriticalArc, a leading security technology innovator, recently announced that it has opened a US office in Denver, Colorado.
Aerohive Networks recently announced the addition of Apple to the worldwide roster of partners reselling Aerohive’s cloud-enabled, distributed Wi-Fi and routing solutions.
D&H Distributing, the leading North American computer products and consumer electronics distributor, announces it has enhanced its offerings to support resellers in the K-12 education vertical, adding training opportunities, resources, and materials to help VARs profit from this lucrative but complicated marketplace. New offerings include a K-12 webcast to be streamed at 2:00 p.m. on March 24 via the D&H Distributing Solutions Lab; a “K-12 Opportunity” booth at the distributor’s March 19 West Coast Technology Show; plus education brochure templates available through D&H’s Partner Services marketing library.
Enabling channel partners to better address the IT business needs of organizations and agencies within the federal, state, local and education (SLED) markets, Ingram Micro Inc. recently announced it has expanded Promark’s General Services Administration (GSA) schedule to include HP Enterprise Group (EG).
MegaPath Corporation, one of the leading providers of managed voice, data, security and cloud services in North America, recently announced Nevada Virtual Academy has selected MegaPath’s Hosted Voice and Broadband Internet services to connect the school’s 140 teachers and administrative staff to its headquarters and students.
WizIQ, the online education company with 4 million registered learners and 400,000 active educators, recently introduced the WizIQ Live Mobile Learning Platform—a new edtech breakthrough that enables educators to deliver live, interactive classes via smartphones.
A growing number of technologies aimed at the education market are making strong inroads into the nation’s classrooms, a new study from CompTIA, the information technology (IT) industry association, reveals.
Students and teachers may not always see eye-to-eye, but they’re in agreement when it comes to technology in the classroom: more is better, according to new research published recently by CompTIA, the information technology (IT) industry association.
In response to many requests from Dealers, System Integrators and End Users, Secura Key has now released SK-NET Version 5.20 Access Control System Software, featuring two new, critically important features: System Lockdown and Real-Time Door Status Reporting.