As many of you know, I am a proponent of online privacy. Recently I received an article about the implications of Educational Technology (EDTech) and the use of it and how it impacts privacy. While I don’t have children, I believe that their education is important. Part of that education is learning about privacy, what … Read more
This week, Chris Neto and I had the pleasure of being a part of the InfoComm on Campus session in Boston. It was a great day with a number of speakers talking with technology managers in the Northeast. Bill Natress of Biamp started off the day talking about systems for the K-12 market, how young people are … Read more
This month we talk about when it makes sense to do classroom installs yourself or hire them out. There are a number of education focused trade shows coming up in the U.S. Which ones should you attend? Plus, we look at the biggest trends in education from InfoComm 2015.
Our friends at Commercial Integrator have come up with the top integrators in various markets. From medical to restaurants. One of the markets they looked at was higher education. They talked with a number of the top producers to get what worked, and what did not work, for them. One of the more salient quotes … Read more
For the first time since I have been fully engulfed in AV, I am sitting on the first Sunday of August not furiously trying to figure out how to get eight weeks worth of work into three. This summer has been a real education on how each of our segments of the industry ebb and … Read more
This month on EdTech we talk about how companies can introduce new products painlessly, what SMART is coming up with, and the latest from ASK Proxima. Plus, we talk about the FCC and wireless spectrum.
Extron has a new all-in-one switcher. Epson tops the projector charts. And InfoComm has new regional shows. Plus, we talk about the end of the laptop and tips on getting help with programming.