The Australian Catholic Education Office, Sydney has implemented a new wireless network using the latest technology, 802.11ac, at 39 secondary schools in Sydney.
Personal computers are on the rebound in the United States. Despite a gloomy worldwide picture, domestically, PC shipments saw their second consecutive quarter of improvement, which is expected to continue for a couple more years.
Tintri has launched the Tintri VMstore T600 series, the company's latest generation of cloud storage systems.
Moxa has rolled out a new 802.11n wireless access point for outside campus use that supports both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio frequencies.
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Xirrus has debuted its XR-630, an 802.11ac access point that offers dual radios.
Education WiFi provider Meru Networks is offering six new wireless networking bundles designed to cut hardware and support costs for schools.
Keeping pace with the minutiae of cloud computing law is a big--usually forgotten--challenge for school districts. It's also a necessary one.
Within eight years, consumers, businesses, universities, school systems, governments, and other organizations will be spending $8.9 trillion on the forecast 212 billion "things" that will make up the global "Internet of Things."
As part of its 25th anniversary, data security firm Trend Micro is offering grants to 12 K-12 schools and districts in the United States, including cash, in-kind contributions, and IT professional services.
Aruba Networks has debuted a new cloud-managed wireless network solution that offers guaranteed wired and cellular failover options in case of a wide-area network (WAN) link failure, and the option of cloud subscription or on-premise management.