New Edge Devices are Having a Cascade Effect on Public Sector IT Consumption
Multiple changes are on the horizon for public sector information technology managers. Over the next two years, IT organizations could be heavily impacted by these transformations, via a very distinct series of events. Government and education CIOs, program managers, and business process planners will need to keep an eye on these looming changes as they […]
802.11ac: That’s the Answer. What’s the question?
Everybody’s talking about 802.11ac, but we’ve sensed some confusion for next steps as far as how CIO’s and IT organizations should be approaching the new standard.
School Board of Sarasota County Prepares WLAN for 802.11ac
Sarasota County Schools includes 24 Elementary Schools, 9 Middle Schools, 8 High Schools and various Technical and various Special Centers. It houses about 40,000 students in about 250 buildings....
Recap: Recommendations for a Sound Technology Future
I recently sat down with Arvind Hickman of HR Magazine UK to discuss the skills gap in the technology sector. We talked about the challenges of filling the critical technology slots that business demands, particularly in developed countries, where the biggest gaps exist. Cisco has been proactive in surveying the global market, forecasting each country’s […]
How Next Generation WLAN Optimizes RoboCup at Bowdoin College
Bowdoin College is a liberal arts college based in the town of Brunswick, Maine. It houses 1839 students in about 100 buildings and offers 33 different majors and...
Don’t Miss: [Webinar] Preparing K-12 Networks for Common Core Feb 5
If you've worked on a K-12 wireless network, you'll know that one of the main customer careabouts is adapting to Common Core Standards. Online testing and BYOD places even...
How Can we Keep Skills In Step with the Internet of Things?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a major accelerator for innovation of all industries and government. The idea of an increasingly digital world where mobility of applications and people are commonplace, where all types of things are connected and provide more intelligence and value is becoming the new reality. Every industry vertical is leveraging […]
Education and the Internet of Everything: Live Update from the IoT World Forum
We’re here at the Internet of Things World Forum with over 800 delegates in a very wet Barcelona. This morning, Chris Yapp eloquently introduced the uses and potential uses for IoT in education and Jane Alexander blew us away with the innovations at the Cleveland Museum of Art in Gallery One in the first of […]