Technology is undoubtedly an integral part of most industries today. In order to adequately prepare students for a future that is sure to incorporate a mixed environment of human and artificial intelligence (AI) technology, schools must begin to mirror the same environment one can expect once out in the workforce.
Remote education systems, in addition to an increase in the demand for cloud technologies, is changing the way educational curriculum is delivered. A variety of technology platforms and microservices are rapidly evolving as key business models in the educational sector. Read more +
Made available for preview during the summer of 2016, Microsoft Stream now allows businesses to upload and share videos to improve communication, participation and learning throughout their organization. We’ll investigate how the latest Office 365 offering can impact the workplace, and see it if delivers as Microsoft promises –to empower organizations with better ways to get work done.
As part of Office 365’s productivity suite, Microsoft has extended its cloud based offerings with interactive calendar features. We’ll have a look at two separate calendar solutions, that will free up administrative duties, empower your clientele, and perhaps free up your phone lines. Eliminating the back and forth of scheduling communications with these solutions may make scheduling appointments and booking rooms much more efficient for your organization. Read more +
Microsoft’s relationship with the open source community used to be one that was met with resistance. But in recent years, Microsoft seems to be accepting open source with open arms as is evident by many recent announcements and changes. In SharePoint 2016, we will see yet another acknowledgment of the value open source can bring by the welcoming of previously unsupported file formats within its environment. Read more +
Micro services were born as a by-product of the constantly evolving, cloud-driven landscape of software applications. With competitive business pressures demanding that applications continuously evolve, businesses can now leverage new features and functionalities of software by integrating micro services as part of their IT strategy. Read more +