It’s already back-to-school season and technology did not miss a beat. From applications targeting back-to-school shoppers, to innovations that capitalize on smart tablets in the classroom, technology is readily embracing the new school year.
In the news, an article lists considerations when designing a GPS fleet tracking solution for your customers. Also, a report shows unemployment may be influencing the equipment finance market.
Education continually benefits from technological advancements from school security to maintaining the arts in the classroom. Data fuels the fire as Kansas keeps the school reports private and school administrators and teachers are trained.
In the news are the next wave of driver scoring technology, GPS technology integrated in to the soles of technicians’ shoes — and the possibility that GPS is gathering TMI.
Common Core Standards face complications as the American Federation of Teachers come down on the benchmarks. A technology initiative puts thousands of laptops and tablets in schools, and local-area middle school students are invited to the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University to learn more about technology and information science.
Field Service is taking on a whole lot of cost savings initiatives this week as demand is up and resources remain steady. Implementing the right strategy for field service management continues to make headlines as efforts are being made to increase available data and conserve company resources.
Technology continues to seek a balance between efficiency and unnecessary complications in classrooms across the country. Wearable technology breaks onto the scene to enhance learning, as 3D printers make a memorable impression among students.
It’s a rollercoaster of numbers this week as numbers surface for the summer months, citing the traditional slump in May, but a hopeful gain in June. The latest apps and software will help maximize the good news in field service this week.
Student data continues to make headlines: privacy remains a top concern despite technological advances. Biometrics could replace plastic ID cards on college campuses, and Louisiana moves forward with a student data bill that collects information on all public school students.
In the news this week, the May monthly report from ELFA trends down and technology continues to improve the industry with the latest developments including machine to machine (M2M).