Stanford developed its own solution for mobile device management (MDM) specifically for the higher education environment.
Technology company Philips has launched a set of LCD displays that adhere to the Open Pluggable Specification, useful in digital signage.
A cloud storage company has released a version of its product specifically designed for colleges and universities.
Communications technology company Motorola Solutions has unveiled two new entrants--the XPR 7550 and XPR 3500--in its Mototrbo (pronounced "moto-turbo") two-way digital radio portfolio.
Sure, voice over IP can save your schools money; but don't neglect the security aspects in your rush to get it running.
If you think it's a hassle to change your password regularly or take other measures to protect the personal data within your realm, consider the alternative.
Mass notification company Cooper Notification has begun introducing LED-based notification products.
ESET has released ESET Endpoint Antivirus as a replacement for NOD32 Antivirus 4 and ESET Endpoint Security to replace Smart Security 4.
A northeastern Pennsylvania university is adding live broadcast televisions to its emergency campus alert system.
An analysis of online transactions highlights schools with the lowest fraud rates.