Webinar: What to Look for in a Lecture Capture Appliance
By TechDecisions Staff · July 22, 2016 • Learn the best strategy for choosing a lecture capture appliance from Francesco Scartozzi and Dan Maloney with this webinar on July 27th.

Case Study: A Fictitious University Project (FUP)
By Gabriel Antonini · July 21, 2016 • We use the case of a fictional university to show that leaving a trail of "bread crumbs" can allow you to retrace your steps and guide you in your technology projects.

Kean University Upgrades Wi-Fi for Better End User Experience
By TechDecisions Staff · July 19, 2016 • New Jersey’s third largest public university creates consumer-like experience with Avaya Wi-Fi platform.

Cybersecurity 101: A Lesson in Securing Your Campus Network
By Sadik Al-Abdulla · July 18, 2016 • Short of burying your devices in concrete, assuring that your cyber security is strong enough to keep your university's information safe is a hard task. Read on to learn some tips to keep everything secure.

Kent University’s K-Bar Upgrades AV System
By TechDecisions Staff · July 15, 2016 • New Martin Audio CDD loudspeakers highlight a state-of-the-art AV system at University of Kent’s Canterbury Campus K-Bar.

Idaho State University Opens State-of-the-Art Laboratory Complex
By TechDecisions Staff · July 14, 2016 • Without a formal gross anatomy laboratory, Idaho State University-Meridian students relied on video conferencing in the main Pocatello campus for the interactive portion of their studies. Complementing a newly constructed laboratory facility with more than 35 Sharp display systems, ISU-Meridian has advanced health sciences studies across campus and established a hands-on, interactive learning environment.

How This Networking Solution Saved WSU Half a Million Dollars
By TechDecisions Staff · July 11, 2016 • Washington State University saved half a million dollars using FiberLAN GPON instead of traditional copper installation in its residence hall deployment.

Pearson Technology Helps Ivy Tech Leverage Digital Learning to Improve Course
By Julie Conover · July 7, 2016 • Instructor Delbert Spear of Ivy Tech Community College utilized Pearson's MyLab & Mastering collection of digital learning technologies to improve the institution's Business Statistics course.

Digital Wireless Transmission in Corporate Environments
By TD Staff · July 6, 2016 • This free document provides an overview of the current situation of wireless transmission in corporate environments and will explain how Sennheiser’s SpeechLine Digital Wireless microphone system will ensure future-proof and reliable corporate communication.

7 Technologies You Need for the Fourth of July
By Jonathan Blackwood · July 4, 2016 • We’re not all about business here at TechDecisions. Sometimes technology can be used to kick back, relax, and enjoy a holiday weekend.

10 of the Latest Phone Apps Every College Student Should Be Using
By Alison Blankenship · June 30, 2016 • College students love technology, and especially they love their apps. Make sure to recommend these the next time your students are looking for something to download.

Video: Matrox Digital Video Solutions at InfoComm 2016
By TechDecisions Staff · June 29, 2016 • The new Matrox Monarch LCS advanced lecture capture solutions was introduced at InfoComm 2016, giving higher education institutions a strong, intuitive solution that gives control to the student.

The Rise of Ransomware: What Higher Ed IT Teams Need to Know
By Annie Wiker · June 27, 2016 • Ransomware is dangerous to all computer users, but those at colleges and universities are particularly vulnerable.

17 Impressive InfoComm 2016 Digital Signage Innovations
By TechDecisions Staff · June 24, 2016 • From digital signage software to video wall controllers, InfoComm presented plenty of new digital signage solutions that were beyond just visually impressive.

What You Should Expect from Your Solutions Provider
By Dave Megregian · June 23, 2016 • From old-school account management to customer enablement – a solutions provider should be enabling you to solve problems, not passing the bill.

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Campus Safety Study Shows Wide Adoption of Security Cameras on Campuses
According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, an overwhelming majority of universities, hospitals and schools have adopted video surveillance systems, with most planning on acquiring more in the next three years.
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