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Education in Age of Digital Disruption @ OPSOA

Keynote presentation for OPSOA (Ontario Public Supervisory Officers' Association) at its Annual Conference. Topic: the impact on Education in a world of digital disruption.

RENEW, RETHINK and REIMAGINE THE VISION FOR EDUCATION

Keynote presentation for OPSOA (Ontario Public Supervisory Officers' Association) at its Annual Conference. Topic: the impact on Education in a world of digital disruption.

RENEW, RETHINK and REIMAGINE THE VISION FOR EDUCATION

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  1. 1. Renew, Rethink, Re-imagine the vision for Education ...and shape Canada’s Innovation Economy in the Age of Digital Disruption Dr. Rick Huijbregts VP, Digital Transformation and Innovation Cisco Canada Follow and feedback @DrRickH
  2. 2. This is NOT about Technology @DrRickH
  3. 3. Audience input: With what word(s) would you describe k-12 in 20 years from now? What will your industry look like?
  4. 4. @DrRickH
  5. 5. @DrRickH
  6. 6. @DrRickH
  7. 7. @DrRickH
  8. 8. @DrRickH
  9. 9. @DrRickH
  10. 10. @DrRickH
  11. 11. @DrRickH
  12. 12. @DrRickH
  13. 13. @DrRickH
  14. 14. @DrRickH
  15. 15. Industrial Revolution @DrRickH
  16. 16. 2nd Industrial Revolution @DrRickH
  17. 17. yesterday’s infrastructure @DrRickH
  18. 18. 3rd Industrial Revolution @DrRickH
  19. 19. @DrRickH Technology trends that fuel Innovation and shape Digital Transformation
  20. 20. Mobile 90% of all global internet traffic will be mobile in 2017 @DrRickH
  21. 21. Video One million minutes of video traverses the internet every second @DrRickH
  22. 22. Internet of People and Things 50 Billion smart objects connected by 2020 (15 Billion today) @DrRickH
  23. 23. @DrRickH Analytics Core business capabilities for an organization’s operation.
  24. 24. Cloud and Edge Data doubles every two years 80% of organizations will primarily use SAAS by 2018 @DrRickH
  25. 25. The best is yet to come… @DrRickH
  26. 26. 3d Printing @DrRickH
  27. 27. Robots @DrRickH
  28. 28. Drones @DrRickH
  29. 29. Mixed Reality @DrRickH
  30. 30. Artificial Intelligence @DrRickH
  31. 31. Blockchain @DrRickH
  32. 32. Autonomous Vehicles @DrRickH
  33. 33. “Does your car have any idea why my car pulled it over?” @DrRickH
  34. 34. Audience input: What industries will be disrupted by the Autonomous or self-driving car?
  35. 35. @DrRickH Automotive • Manufacturing • Repair / Parts • Public Transport • Taxis Transportation • Logistics • Hotels • Airlines • Parking Garages Public Sector • Real Estate • Healthcare • Law Enforcement • Education Adjacent • Ins, Finance • Media, Entertainment • Energy • Retail
  36. 36. Speed of Innovation is Accelerating @DrRickH
  37. 37. @DrRickH
  38. 38. @DrRickH
  39. 39. Speed of Innovation today2007 2008 2010 2015 @DrRickH
  40. 40. Are we ready? @DrRickH
  41. 41. Canadians are ready… Digital Landscape 600%25%60%87% 20% 30 28.8 30% 16% 32% 5.8 @DrRickH
  42. 42. The Changing Role of Education 2 1 @DrRickH
  43. 43. Bookstore Taxi Music Point-of- Sale Print Advertising Automobile Hotel @DrRickH Digital Business is Creating the Digital Economy
  44. 44. Transformati
  45. 45. By 2020, 75% of organizations will be digital or will be preparing to become digital.
  46. 46. Digital Transformation is for Everyone… @DrRickH Digital BuildingAutonomous Mine Smart Grid Patient Experience
  47. 47. Enables Differentiates New Experiences Process Innovation Distributed Intelligence 2.0 Defines Industry Transformation Constant Innovation New Growth Productivity Cost Reduction Faster response to Customer @DrRickH
  48. 48. Enables Differentiates New Experiences Process Innovation Distributed Intelligence 2.0 Defines Industry Transformation Constant Innovation New Growth Productivity Cost Reduction Faster response to Customer @DrRickH@DrRickH Safety & Security Sustainable Operations Business Growth Customer Experience @DrRickH Workforce Productivity
  49. 49. Delivering “value” with Digital Transformation. What does “value” mean to k-12 SO’s and Adminstrators?
  50. 50. PartnersDigitizeVision @DrRickH People Process Data Things Connect
  51. 51. out of 10 Cloud, Distributed Computing Analytics, Data Mining Web Architecture and Development Middleware Development, Software UIX (User Interface Design) Network and Information Security Mobile Development Data Presentation
  52. 52. A R E Y O U R E A D Y ? @DrRickH
  53. 53. Audience input: Will the digital age disrupt the k-12 sector? Do school boards need to get on board and start their own digital transformation?
  54. 54. The Changing Role of Education 2 1 @DrRickH
  55. 55. Digitization in Schools “By 2020, 75% of organizations will be digital or will be preparing to become digital” Source: 2020 Report; Shaping Tomorrow Digitization is opening up a new world of opportunities for learners to learn more—in new ways, in new places, and with new connections to resources around the globe.
  56. 56. 2016 Current State 2026 Potential with Digitization Impact to Schools Physical attendance with educators Virtual teachers One-time instruction in one location Anytime, anywhere access Static, linear content; limited learner control Learn at your own pace Manual data collection for research Capture and analyze data from sensors anywhere Search for content Costly textbooks ▪ One size fits all Content offered proactively Free content ▪ Customized curriculum Digital School Anytime Anywhere Global Classrooms
  57. 57. Desire to learn anywhere and at any time leads to improved learning outcomes Anytime,AnywhereAccess
  58. 58. Global classrooms, blended learning, mobile Internet enable the new learning environment. GlobalClassrooms @DrRickH
  59. 59. Learners desire an immersive experience, viewing painting exhibits in Amsterdam, or engaging with learners in China or India. GlobalClassrooms @DrRickH
  60. 60. Connecting the Unconnected… @DrRickH
  61. 61. Connected North 21st Century Learning @DrRickH
  62. 62. School boards desire more intelligent facilities and high-performing learning environment. DigitalCampus,Schools @DrRickH
  63. 63. Sensor-equipped smart lighting, parking, Wi-Fi and analytics enable a secure, fully connected, high-performing learning environment. DigitalCampus,Schools @DrRickH
  64. 64. @DrRickH
  65. 65. Audience input: What are today’s real estate concerns for elementary and high schools?
  66. 66. Light Bulb Clock Whiteboard, Video, Display Intercom Security Phone Speaker WiFi
  67. 67. @DrRickH
  68. 68. Scalable Sustainable Secure @DrRickH Base Building Network or Fourth Utility
  69. 69. $0.60 - $1.00 per sqft Capital Cost Simpler design Less infrastructure Ease of Installation Cost of edge device @DrRickH
  70. 70. $1.00 - $1.50 per sqft / yr Operating Cost Moves, Adds, Changes Centralized Operations Fault Detection, Correction Energy Optimization @DrRickH
  71. 71. @DrRickH Learning Without Limits Parkland School Division, Prescott Learning Centre Consolidate administrative and management services Reduce operating cost Improving safety and security Empowering collaboration—Division, Classroom, and beyond Deliver innovative teaching and learning experiences Gather actionable data Improve student outcomes “By staying in front of technology, we can leverage tools that make our kids globally competitive.” Jason Messer, Superintendent Expand access to education
  72. 72. Audience input: How ready are for digital transformation to face digital disruption?
  73. 73. PartnersDigitizeVision @DrRickH Connect People Process Data Things Imagine
  74. 74. @DrRickH
  75. 75. @DrRickH
  76. 76. @DrRickH
  77. 77. @DrRickH
  78. 78. Renew Rethink Re-imagine ..education in the Age of Digital Disruption @DrRickH
  79. 79. @DrRickH A R E Y O U R E A D Y ? T H A N K Y O U. Dr. Rick Huijbregts rhuijbre@cisco.com @DrRickH 416.306.7368

Editor's Notes

  • DCPC – 45 minutes total. Include Q&A
    Hi everyone,

    Everyone is fascinated by the Digital transformation and the incredible opportunities that it will bring.

    Prof. Klaus Schwab - the Founder and Executive Chairman, of the World Economic Forum – calls it the Fourth Industrial revolution
    He believes that we stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally change the way we live, work, and relate to one another.
    He believe that this transformation will be unlike anything humankind has experienced before

    In what way is this relevant to you?
    Since not only do you need to ask yourself, what does it mean to your business – in terms of how you manage your business model, your customers, your employees.
    But it can open great new business opportunities for you.
    We are seeing an incredible interest by customers on digital transformation and how it can changes their business\
    You needs to seize this opportunity.

  • Poll Title: Share the Word(s) that describes our k-12 of the (near) future.
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/GXZAlw90QieHkrS
  • Why Cisco (for Customers):
    Cisco is an ideal technology partner to help you successfully transform into a digital business. Cisco already connects the digital world with security, automation, and insight. Cisco’s commitment to your business outcomes is demonstrated in its new Digital Solutions that help you:
    Deliver Results Relevant to Your Business with Purpose-built Solutions
    Cisco’s purpose-built Digital Solutions deliver specific business results: Transform processes and business models, and improve employee and customer satisfaction.
    Confidently and more securely harness the ubiquity of the Cisco network (for example, build on existing investments) to accelerate your business transformation with Cisco Digital Solutions.
    Achieve Faster Time-to-Value with Prevalidated Solutions from Cisco
    Pretested, validated, integrated solutions and our broad partner ecosystem bring critical pieces together to reduce risk and accelerate your time to value.
    Cisco Digital Solutions are based on actual business use cases and include reference architectures. They have been fully validated and designed for high reliability and security.
    Safeguard Your Digital Business with Built-in Cisco Advanced Security
    Only Cisco provides integrated threat defense to deliver superior business outcomes with offers and solutions for Customer Experience, Workforce Experience, and Digital Ceiling.


    Cisco VNI: http://www.cisco.com/web/solutions/sp/vni/vni_forecast_highlights/index.html


    one in five organizations in 2015 will aim to measure employee experience as a direct impact on customer experience. IDC. http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS25297714
  • Self-driving cars are creating a lot of uncertainty about how the world will evolve. Given the importance of the automobile to modern life, they promise to change some of the fundamental ways in which society works. In this cartoon, the policeman asks the driver “Does your car have any idea why my car pulled it over?”
     
    So let’s conduct a thought experiment. Take a moment to think about the capabilities of self-driving cars. What industries do you believe they will disrupt in the coming years? Can anybody give me some examples?
     
    Gather ideas from the audience via microphone. Document answers on flipcharts if possible.

  • Poll Title: What industries will be disrupted by the Autonomous or self-driving car?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/N0HXLJeRGdW2CEM
  • You have mentioned many industries. In fact, the self-driving car will disrupt almost all industries.
     
    It is obvious that self-driving cars will disrupt the Automotive industry. Some analysts are predicting that the number of cars sold will drop dramatically as people move to ride-sharing models using autonomous vehicles. This is because the average car sits unused about 96% of the time. In the future, you will simply push a button in an app, and a car will show up to take you where you want. This model will disrupt auto repair, public transport, and the taxi industry – which is already happening. Uber is already testing self-driving Volvos in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
     
    You may expect that self-driving cars to disrupt other Transportation Industries. Major logistics firms are testing self-driving vans for package delivery. In some cases, a separate robot will be used to carry the package from the van to the door. Some have projected that the need for motels and short haul airflights will drop as people will choose to sleep in their cars during overnight road trips. Parking garages will also be impacted. In the US, there are 60 billion square feet of parking space, representing up to 1/3 of the total real estate in some large cities. Imagine the impact on land prices and usage of this real estate being freed up.
     
    But there is more. Many other industries will be impacted. It is estimated that 90% of accidents are caused by human error. When accidents drop by 90% this will fundamentally change the car insurance industry. Retail will be impacted as driving patterns and behaviors change, and the growth of electric vehicles will alter energy consumption. There is an electric car startup called Faraday Future in my city Los Angeles, funded by the founder of the Chinese equivalent of Netflix. One vision is that the car would become a rolling living room, a place primarily for media consumption. If that happens, I may not be at home much as I binge watch my favorite shows!
     
    Finally, a number of public sector industries such as Healthcare and Education will also see significant change due to reduced accident rates and the ability to commute long distances easily.
     
    So one innovation in one industry, ripples across many others. That is the nature of the Digital Vortex.
  • In Canada, this digital opportunity is being driven by our 30 million Internet users, the largest online population anywhere in the world. While Canada ranks 16th in the world in Internet penetration – we rank #1 in Internet ‘usage’.


    The narrative of mobile growth is a familiar one. It comes as no surprise that smartphone ownership is growing in Canada; what is surprising is the rate at which it is growing.

    The 2014 study showed that 55% of Canadians owned a smartphone. In 2015, the penetration rate grew to 68%, representing a year-over-year growth of 24%

    Taking into account direct, indirect and induced impacts, the Canadian wireless industry generated a total economic contribution of $23.5 billion in GDP to the Canadian economy in 2014. Canada’s wireless carriers invested more than $39.5 billion in communications infrastructure between the years of 1985 and 2014 not including $11 billion in auction expenditures during that time

    Canadian wireless phone subscribers number over 28.8 million
    More than one in five households in Canada have cell phones as their only form of telephone service.
    In Canada, mobile data traffic will grow 600% from 2015 to 2020, a compound annual growth rate of 42%


    Canada – wearable tech
    Statistics released by the International Data Corporation (IDC) indicate Canadian wearable shipments, which includes devices like the Apple Watch, Fitbit and Pebble Time, will reach 1.4 million units by the end of 2015.
    The study also reveals that the Canadian compounded growth rate for wearable technology is expected to hit 32 percent over the next five years, reaching a total of 3.6 million shipped wearables in 2019.

    2014 stats:
    There are 2,484,915,152 Internet users in the World, or 35% of the total population
    There are 1,856,680,860 active social network users in the World, or 26% of the total population
    There are 6,572,950,124 mobile subscribers in the World, or 93% of the total population

    6/10 adults have facebook
    30 percent who use LinkedIn,
    25 percent who have a Twitter profile
    16 percent on Instagram
    18.5 million on Facebook and 6.8 million on Twitter.


    Today Digitization is connecting the unconnected at an unprecedented pace – and challenging both Cisco and our customers to innovate and invest in order to succeed.
    This new digital era is creating new connections, turning information into actions—actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and incredible economic opportunities.
  • We are all familiar with how Uber disrupted the Taxi industry, but they are not stopping there
    UberEats – Food delivery
    UberRush – package delivery
    UberCargo – moving services
    Digital is transforming business in every industry – requiring every company to be an IT company…. Even industries you wouldn’t expect to be impacted.

    Ford – 113 year old company
    Research facility in Palo Alto focused on connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, customer experience and big data
    Human to machine interaction group – delivering items like MyView = customizable screens
    Flexible Mfg initiative – by 2017 avg 4 different models at each plant – allow them to adjust to demand; 3D printing of prototypes
    Wearable technologies – alerts for construction, intelligent cruise control = larger distance when your biometrics indicate slower response times
    Invested in GetAround a car-sharing service
    New electric car Energi
    sonar, cameras, radar, accelerometers, temp, rain sensors
    recharge times, locations and recharge length to develop a “personalized recharge plan”
    25 separate measures on braking system alone – braking, speed, how hard, weather
    GM
    Invested $500M in Lyft
    on-demand self-driving cars
    short-term car rental hubs for those that don’t own cars to drive for Lyft
    Invested in RelayRides a car sharing service
    John Ammann – President of GM “We think there’s going to be more change in the world of mobility in the next five years than there has been in the last 50”

    Schindler – 141 yr old company
    #2 elevator company – move 1B people a day on elevators, escalators and moving walkways (1/6 world’s population)
    sensors built into their equipment and added retrofits to older equipment
    predict outages, place spare parts, dispatch technicians
    App w/ uptime, # outages,
    4 World Trade Center
    turnstyles connected, badge identifies destination, gives them the elevator #
    MyPort app recognizes smartphone at entry
    Michael Nilles (CIO) "Digitalization is something that's impacting our top and our bottom line. At first it was bottom line, but it's becoming more and more important to growing our top line,“

    John Deere – 180 years old
    Software, network connectivity and data collecting sensors build into their machines
    Predictive analytics to prevent breakdowns
    Soil measuring sensors, GPS, weather meters
    tractors, combines and sprinkler systems interact
    Optimize sprinkler systems for weather and soil conditions
    What crops to plant where and what fertilizer and pesticide levels to use
    Not selling to commodity traders

    RBC
    Converged 5 networks – HVAC, Metering, Lighting, CCTV and access into one
    Lower CapEx 10% and OpEx $600k

    Square now process $10.2B per quarter

    Studies show, companies that master digital will not only drive more revenue, but will be 29% more profitable on average [Source: Leading Digital].




    General Motors, Gazing at the Future, invests $500M in Lyft (NY Times, January 4, 2016)
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/05/technology/gm-invests-in-lyft.html?_r=0
    GM invests $500M in Lyft; sets out self-driving car partnership (Reuters, Jan 5, 2016)
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-gm-lyft-investment-idUSKBN0UI1A820160105

    Ford Innovation (Ford site):
    https://corporate.ford.com/innovation.html
    http://thenewswheel.com/ford-developing-new-wearable-technology-at-research-and-innovation-center/
    http://www.cio.com/article/3020263/innovation/how-ford-s-approach-to-innovation-could-help-apple.html
    https://digit.hbs.org/submission/driving-in-the-direction-of-big-data-ford-motor-company/

    Schindler Elevators:
    http://www.cio.com/article/2993292/big-data/cio-is-pushing-the-right-buttons.html
    http://straighttalk.hcltech.com/anatomy-transformation

    RBC Oxford Waterpark Place – Digital Ceiling
    https://cisco.jiveon.com/videos/24651

    Square:
    http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160309006294/en/Square-Announces-Fourth-Quarter-Full-Year-2015

    John Deere:
    https://openforum.hbs.org/challenge/understand-digital-transformation-of-business/data/john-deere-growing-and-harvesting-value
    http://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/from-farming-to-big-data-the-amazing-story-of-john-deere



  • Research shows … every customer recognizes the importance of technology … but only 1 out of 4 say they have a plan to execute.
    Those leading companies with a plan want our help to realize their visions
    Those without a plan are looking to us to help them define their digital transformations

    …. Our customers are at different levels of digitization in their journey. And we see digitization is a journey, not a destination.

    There are those who are using technology to enable their strategy. They are looking for IT agility; they want operational effectiveness; they want to move faster; they want to reduce their cost structure. These companies are looking to us to make that happen. We have been doing that, and will continue to.

    There are those who are using technology to differentiate their strategy and those who want to deliver the ultimate customer experience. They are using technology for new products and services, and they are redefining some of their business processes.

    Customers who are furthest along their digital journey are using technology to define their strategies. These are companies that are reimagining entire industries with new business models. Of course, we hear about Uber, Airbnb, but there are others like Palantir who are fundamentally disrupting analytics consulting through big data, and Stripe who is disrupting the credit card payment back-end infrastructure.
     
  • Research shows … every customer recognizes the importance of technology … but only 1 out of 4 say they have a plan to execute.
    Those leading companies with a plan want our help to realize their visions
    Those without a plan are looking to us to help them define their digital transformations

    …. Our customers are at different levels of digitization in their journey. And we see digitization is a journey, not a destination.

    There are those who are using technology to enable their strategy. They are looking for IT agility; they want operational effectiveness; they want to move faster; they want to reduce their cost structure. These companies are looking to us to make that happen. We have been doing that, and will continue to.

    There are those who are using technology to differentiate their strategy and those who want to deliver the ultimate customer experience. They are using technology for new products and services, and they are redefining some of their business processes.

    Customers who are furthest along their digital journey are using technology to define their strategies. These are companies that are reimagining entire industries with new business models. Of course, we hear about Uber, Airbnb, but there are others like Palantir who are fundamentally disrupting analytics consulting through big data, and Stripe who is disrupting the credit card payment back-end infrastructure.
     

  • Poll Title: Share the Word(s) that describes our k-12 of the (near) future.
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/GXZAlw90QieHkrS

  • Poll Title: What industries will be disrupted by the Autonomous or self-driving car?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/N0HXLJeRGdW2CEM
  • According to the 2020 Report produced by Shaping Tomorrow, a global research company, 75% of organizations by 2020 will either be digital or will be preparing to become digital. For education, this digitization is opening up a new world of opportunities for students to learn more—in new ways, in new places, and with new connections to resources around the globe. To be ready for this transformation, schools need to transform their learning strategy and IT, connect everything, embrace analytics and secure their technology.

  • What impact will digitization have on primary and secondary education? It opens up learning without limits, transforming the way in which students learn, educators teach and how research is conducted.

    Currently, most classes are taught in person to learners who on are on site. With a digital solution, you could also have a virtual faculty, with educators based anywhere in the world. Not only would that lower on-campus operating costs, it would radically broaden your pool of possible instructors and the scope of education that you can offer.

    Imagine your students being able to attend lectures broadcast from the Louvre in Paris, view the night sky through the Large Binocular Telescope in Southeastern Arizona, visit an archaeological dig in Peru, virtually sit in on a United Nations meeting, or chat with the physicists who are restarting Switzerland’s Large Hadron Collider.

    Learners, too, could log on from anywhere, and at any time, either participating in real time or accessing a high-definition video recording when it is most convenient.

    Textbooks and research materials can also be virtualized, which reduces costs for both schools and students and makes sure of anytime, anywhere accessibility.

    Although it is true that video and online media are not new to education, in the coming era of digitization, they will provide remarkable new capabilities that will both improve academic outcomes and extend the reach of quality education to people who have not had access in the past.

    And for researchers, a digital school enables not only in-person virtual collaboration with colleagues around the globe, but also an incredible wealth of data from sensors and the ability to easily collect, process, analyze, and store that data.

    It all sounds fantastic, doesn’t it? Digitization is opening up a world of new possibilities for every student, teacher, and researcher around the world. You can now examine new ideas, engage in novel experiences, and collaborate instantly any time and from anywhere.

  • With backpacks filled with smartphones, gaming devices as well as tablet and laptop computers, today’s student body wants to be connected wirelessly wherever they are. This world without wires is rich with opportunities. At school, it means that on-the-go learners,
    educators, and administrators connect to information in real time. They interact with one another using a variety of communication
    devices, and extend the learning environment beyond the classroom to virtually every corner of campus. However, this new
    freedom makes new demands on school networks, which must adapt to accommodate this unprecedented influx of users,
    devices, and applications—all for the betterment of education.
  • Digital learning is a vast new area that has sprung up virtually overnight. Students are very open to new avenues of learning. Schools that embrace this and provide video, interactive learning with online courses, or blended learning, and personalized learning, are reaching their learners in more powerful and influential ways.

    We call this Learning without Limits.
  • Digital learning is a vast new area that has sprung up virtually overnight. Students are very open to new avenues of learning. Schools that embrace this and provide video, interactive learning with online courses, or blended learning, and personalized learning, are reaching their learners in more powerful and influential ways.

    We call this Learning without Limits.
  • https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/astronauts-libraries-rick-huijbregts?articleId=9154171946948657539

  • Today’s infrastructure must provide the appropriate bandwidth and quality to accommodate the ever-growing number of devices and ensure that an application provides a good end-user experience. It must also ensure students get access anytime and anywhere and are safe. As states, local districts and/or municipalities face continual budget pressure, they need to get more done within constrained budgets. This raises the stakes to use technology to achieve greater operational efficiency and be more agile to accomplish these growing requirements.

    With Wi-Fi, sensors, and analytics, primary and secondary schools can take advantage of newer trends and opportunities, freeing up budget. This could include using special lighting systems equipped with sensors so that lights dim or go off when not in use, saving energy costs. Or using Wi-Fi so the district can use shared services across departments. New technologies as part of the Internet of Things (IoT) includes sensors, analytics and Wi-Fi that enable you to create a secure, fully connected, high-performing learning environment.




  • Today’s infrastructure must provide the appropriate bandwidth and quality to accommodate the ever-growing number of devices and ensure that an application provides a good end-user experience. It must also ensure students get access anytime and anywhere and are safe. As states, local districts and/or municipalities face continual budget pressure, they need to get more done within constrained budgets. This raises the stakes to use technology to achieve greater operational efficiency and be more agile to accomplish these growing requirements.

    With Wi-Fi, sensors, and analytics, primary and secondary schools can take advantage of newer trends and opportunities, freeing up budget. This could include using special lighting systems equipped with sensors so that lights dim or go off when not in use, saving energy costs. Or using Wi-Fi so the district can use shared services across departments. New technologies as part of the Internet of Things (IoT) includes sensors, analytics and Wi-Fi that enable you to create a secure, fully connected, high-performing learning environment.




  • Poll Title: What industries will be disrupted by the Autonomous or self-driving car?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/N0HXLJeRGdW2CEM

  • Today’s infrastructure must provide the appropriate bandwidth and quality to accommodate the ever-growing number of devices and ensure that an application provides a good end-user experience. It must also ensure students get access anytime and anywhere and are safe. As states, local districts and/or municipalities face continual budget pressure, they need to get more done within constrained budgets. This raises the stakes to use technology to achieve greater operational efficiency and be more agile to accomplish these growing requirements.

    With Wi-Fi, sensors, and analytics, primary and secondary schools can take advantage of newer trends and opportunities, freeing up budget. This could include using special lighting systems equipped with sensors so that lights dim or go off when not in use, saving energy costs. Or using Wi-Fi so the district can use shared services across departments. New technologies as part of the Internet of Things (IoT) includes sensors, analytics and Wi-Fi that enable you to create a secure, fully connected, high-performing learning environment.




  • Poll Title: What industries will be disrupted by the Autonomous or self-driving car?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/N0HXLJeRGdW2CEM

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