The Advantages of Choosing a Wireless Access Control System
By Scott Lidley · May 26, 2016 •
Certain situations lend themselves to wireless locking systems, whether they are installed in new, modern buildings or historical landmarks.
New App Lets Students Discover History All Around Them
By TechDecisions Staff · May 24, 2016 •
The new Clio App, developed by a professor at Marshall University, lets users find out what historical buildings, sites and events surround them.
Video Surveillance System Helps University Keep An Eye on Expanding Campus
By TechDecisions Staff · May 23, 2016 •
Campbell University migrates to IP video surveillance with the help of ARTECO eMotion software.
The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology
By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 19, 2016 •
Here’s an estimate of what your organization might spend on access control and locks, as well as the lives, resources and money you could save as a result of the installation of these technologies.
Why Atlona Taught HigherEd Furniture Seekers About AV Distibution
By Tom LeBlanc · May 17, 2016 •
Upscale office furnishing retailer partner keeps an integration firm sales consultant embedded in its showrooms to address inevitable technology needs.
UWG Forges Strategic Partnerships to Promote a Secure Campus
By Brittany Dupree · May 16, 2016 •
Safety and security are supported by University of West Georgia top administrators and the entire campus, creating a stable learning environment for students.
Parents, Students Must Call for College Dorms to Have Fire Sprinklers
By Tony Saporito · May 12, 2016 •
More than 3,780 fires were ignited in dormitories, Greek housing and student barracks in 2011, up from 2,490 in 1983.
Choosing the Right Video Wall Technology
By TD Staff · May 10, 2016 •
Receive information, analyze and collaborate to maintain status quo or respond to emergent situations – this is the reality of control room environments. Based on the performance
of each solution in relation to the most common control room priorities, you may have a clearer understanding of which solution will work best for your control room.
Meyer Sound CAL Steers the Sound at Swiss Universities
By TechDecisions Staff · May 10, 2016 •
ETH Zurich and University of Basel installed identical CAL system to cover audio in lecture halls, granting intelligibility to instructor voices.
7 Tips for Rolling Out University Digital Signage
By TechDecisions Staff · May 9, 2016 •
Colleges and universities are gearing up for the summertime deployment of campus-wide digital signage networks capable
of delivering customized, timely and engaging information to students and faculty. Springtime is when many schools are considering how to establish, or get more out of, their digital signage channel on campus.
Inside One of the Most Innovative Dental Simulation Clinics in the World
By Rachel Quetti · May 9, 2016 •
Featuring 42 simulation stations and 36 lab stations equipped with monitors, PCs, EBS's training system and large-screen displays, University Hospital Ulm's dental students can benefit from a highly technical multimedia training clinic.
Recruiting ECM to Today’s Universities
By Denny Hammack · May 5, 2016 •
Today’s Enterprise Content Management technology isn’t just robust; its widening implementation is both inevitable and welcome.
Earthworks Microphones Deployed at Azusa Pacific University
By TechDecisions Staff · May 3, 2016 •
Southern California-based audiovisual systems integrator dB Media Group selects Earthworks IM3-W for University AV conferencing installation.
First Higher Education Technology Summit in Burlington, MA a Success
By Jonathan Blackwood · May 2, 2016 •
The first in a series of technology summits held in Burlington, MA offered product training, discussions, networking and more.
How IT Automation Can Save Universities Money in 2016
By Jim Manias · April 28, 2016 •
How can IT automation help your higher education organization in 2016? Here are three main ways.