Managing BYOD in Schools

BYOD, or bring your own device, is a common practice in offices. This trend is now popping up in schools as well. BYOD means that students bring their own devices (laptops, smartphones, or tablets) and access the Internet or school network by the school’s WiFi connection. Schools can require specifications–such as RAM, software, and hardware–for […]

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Technology Influencing the Classroom Layout

Technology is becoming more and more of an essential in the educational environment. The traditional classroom layout was created to best suit that style of teaching and learning. Now that our educating methods are changing and technology’s importance is increasing, the classroom layout needs to alter to accommodate these changes and improve the learning environment […]

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Risks of Cloud Services

As with anything in life, cloud services come with its own risks. These risks may affect your company, and there is a chance none of these risks will ever hinder your business. Regardless, it is important to be aware of these possible threats in order to make the most informed decision. By knowing these risks […]

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Device Safety 101

When you think of technology viruses, you usually just think of computers. That isn’t the case anymore. Your smartphone, tablet, USB drive, and other forms of technology are susceptible to viruses. By taking ten minutes out of your day every once and a while to verify that your devices are meeting these guidelines, you are […]

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