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  1. Impact Of Hot And Cold Aisle Containment On Data Center Temperature And Efficiency

    Both hot-air and cold-air containment can improve the predictability and efficiency of traditional data center cooling systems. While both approaches minimize the mixing of hot and cold air, there are practical differences in implementation and operation that have significant consequences on work environment conditions, PUE, and economizer mode hours.

  2. City College Of San Francisco Prints Student IDs In One-Sixth The Time

    As one of the largest community colleges in the country, City College provides a quality, affordable education option for the Bay Area. To better compete with other area colleges and universities, the college has initiated a number of upgrades to its internal IT infrastructure. In the admissions office, that meant improving the process of issuing student identification cards. Before, producing each card took a minute-and-a-half. Across 100,000 students, that time made for frustrating waits for students and exhausting days for staff during peak times.

  3. Unified Communications, Improving School Safety

    In the wake of recent, national school safety and weather events, school districts across the nation are conducting needs assessments and re-evaluating their policies, procedures, and resources related to security or natural disaster situations.  These needs assessments are bringing together teams of stakeholders focused on the same goals.

  4. End Entitlement And Create A Culture Of Accountability And Purpose

    Entitlement. It’s an insidious disease that is crippling companies, destroying our economy, and crushing potential. It’s infecting the very roots of business performance, and it’s spreading fast. It isn’t the recession, market volatility, scandal, or greed.

  5. Chippewa Valley School District Graduates To Milestone IP Video Security Management

    22 campus sites across Michigan replace outdated analog surveillance with centralized open platform for flexible access and efficient, long-term scalability.

  6. Nucleus Top 10 Predictions For 2013

    This year presented some significant shifts in the strategies of some long-dominant vendors toward cloud, social capabilities, services, integration, analytics, and partner ecosystem plays — showing that all dogs must learn new tricks or will likely lose market share and dominant positions in 2013.

  7. In-Depth With RSPA's Chairman Of The Board, Mark Olson

    The POS world is very dynamic right now, with many things undergoing dramatic change, including the products and services, as well as the business models. This raises many questions, including: How do we help create new futures worth having? How do we stay relevant in today’s marketplace? By Mark Olson, chairman of the board, RSPA

  8. South Glen Falls School District Deploys Security Surveillance Platform To 5 Schools

    South Glen Falls School District is facing a number of information technology (IT) challenges and opportunities to enhance curriculum and student safety in the 21st century.

  9. Donna Independent School District Standardizes Printer Fleet With OKI

    In this case study from OKI we take a look at Donna Independent School District (Donna ISD), a K-12 education system current/y operating an assorted fleet of print technologies and vendors and experiencing a lack of centralized printer management and high consumables costs.

  10. School District Blazes Path To All-IP Future

    Network systems analyst Brian Johnson and his colleagues in the IT department at the Escambia County School District in Pensacola, Florida, didn’t need a crystal ball to know that video surveillance was transitioning to an all-IP world when they began their search for a standardized, district-wide solution four years ago.