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  1. 5 Reasons A Security Command Center Is Crucial To Higher Education

    Today’s campus environments require a variety of systems to manage the vast amount of data, evolving security needs, and a growing number of assets that must be protected on a daily basis. To accomplish this, colleges and universities should look at a number of ways technology can help address safety and security needs.

  2. The Top 3 Tech Needs In Higher Education This School Year

    An annual study by Wakefield Research for VitalSource Technologies found that 44 percent of students don’t go more than 10 minutes without using some form of technology during an average school day. Knowing the prevalence among students to use technology throughout the day is so high, why not meet them on common ground when trying to connect? Schools have an opportunity to not only enhance the connected campus experience, but also to reduce costs and improve operations as well. Reduced maintenance technology that supplants dinosaur devices or practices can save colleges and universities countless time and money through an overall low total cost of ownership.

  3. Top 5 Tech Trends Universities Use To Enhance Student Security

    It is only fitting that institutions of higher learning, where innovation is encouraged, are leading the way in advancements related to confirming student identity and controlling access to campus buildings. While student identification (ID) cards have evolved over the years, some colleges and universities have truly gone high-tech in the ways students can prove who they are.

  4. The Top 5 Ways Universities Confirm Student Identity Through Access Control

    As students return to school, packing lecture halls and moving into dorm rooms in the colleges and universities, officials behind the scenes look for ways to safeguard the students, faculty, and assets. To accomplish this feat, today’s higher education organizations look for a combination of policies and new technology solutions.

  5. 5 Ways IT Service Providers Can Win With SMB Mobile Security

    When the mobility wave hit, data security got way more complicated for IT services providers and their SMB customers. Indeed, as mobile devices have infiltrated the SMB market in a big way, hackers have kept pace, waging full-blown attacks against the mobile landscape. Studies have shown that mobile malware assaults rose by 58 percent in 2012, making mobile data security one of the biggest threats for businesses today. 

  6. Opportunities To Make EMV-Related IT Sales Outside The Retail Vertical

    The much-anticipated EMV liability shift is due to take place in the U.S. this October and solution providers throughout the IT channel are being tasked with supplying a comprehensive solution comprised of the right hardware, software, and integration services to meet the needs of their customers during a pivotal transition in the market.

  7. How MDM Benefits Your Education Clients

    Dave Saltmarsh, education evangelist at JAMF Software, tells how mobile device management (MDM) can enhance users’ productivity, help protect students’ privacy, and limit shadow IT and access to certain websites and apps.

  8. How To Establish Recurring Revenue Streams Through Printing Solutions

    In any business, it’s important to establish a recurring revenue stream. In the office equipment industry, a recurring revenue stream can come from not only selling the hardware (printers or copiers), but also selling the software solutions that are most appropriate for a customer’s business needs. For example, selling multifunction devices bundled with a compatible and/or complementary software solution can boost not only the initial sale but will also help to establish a recurring revenue stream with these three key segments: installation, peripherals, and maintenance.

  9. 3 Ways To Explain Asset Tracking Solutions ROI

    Tracking assets is one process that — if done effectively — can help your small business clients reduce costs and improve quality. Below are three ways your customers you can convince there is ROI from taking control of their assets.

  10. How To Focus IP Video Surveillance On The Needs Of Education, Courts

    Features and functions of video surveillance systems vary, depending on the application. Below is information on K-12 education, university and higher education, and courthouse and remote arraignment applications.