Improving collaboration has emerged a key challenge for medium and large companies over the past few years. The fundamental need for employees to communicate visually and to collaborate with others working in remote locations has shifted the structure of the modern corporate workplace. Read more about how companies can stay productive in this changing environment.
No one with color managed workflows can afford to make mistakes when it comes to color. With this NEC infographic, you'll understand why calibration is an important issue.
The traditional classroom design that many educators experienced when they were in school, was sufficient when lecturing was the primary method of instruction. But over the last few decades, the nature of teaching has changed dramatically—and the design of classrooms is evolving. Learn how K-12 leaders can create dynamic spaces that improve instruction.
In this fast-paced world, it’s not always possible to get everyone in the same room at the same time. Most people already use social media and video-calling apps to connect with faraway friends and family, and these technologies are playing increasing roles in business collaboration, too. Read more about how collaboration is transforming business in this NEC whitepaper.
Corporate collaboration technology is an enormous market. But integrators need to stay focused on their main mission: to meet and exceed the expectations of their clients. In order to do that, the integrator, client and end users need to be on the same page. Test your corporate collaboration technology knowledge with these True or False questions.
Learning in the digital age has become more mobile, social and technologically rich. This shift has big implications for classroom design. See how Higher education institutions are adapting in this byline.
Live, real-time collaboration is now possible using multiple devices and platforms, either in person or across several different locations. Distance learning might never be the same.
Research suggests that only 10% of people remember what they hear, and 20% remember what they read, but 80% remember what they see and do. This is why K-12 school districts are investing in visual display technologies. Read how K-12 decision makers can address digital and budget concerns, so the solutions they buy will meet their needs well into the future.
Digital technologies do more than improve the overall classroom experience. They also enable institutions and teachers to better serve individual students, using interactive devices to customize learning on a one-to-one level. Although educators have made great strides in raising the standard for education, their efforts have not fully achieved the goal of building a robust 21st-century learning infrastructure. Learn more about what educators are doing.
When higher-education institutions invest in new methods to support students and faculty, they require tools that create competitive advantages and efficiencies without sacrificing students’ ability to learn.