Schools around the world made an abrupt turn educational delivery in the spring of 2020. As with any major disruption and change—there’s a lot to be learned.
This report details the research findings of nearly 800 educators and IT professionals working in education, about the positives and negatives of the shift to remote learning in spring of 2020. It explores topics such as the benefits of being “unwittingly prepared,” disadvantages of being underserved, critical lessons learned, and managing the load for educators, students, and IT professionals.
[vimeo 436983153 w=560 h=315] Teams was built to work closely with Office 365—so the fact one in five corporate employees use an Office 365 cloud service means that they are prime for a smooth deployment of Teams.
About two-thirds of Teams users are interacting with files inside the app—the number of organizations integrating apps with Teams is also rising. Again, with remote work increasing, users are finding the integration features of Microsoft Teams increasingly helpful.
In this video, you’ll see how the second largest educational organization in the world deployed Microsoft Teams seamlessly—without restrictions by some of the scale issues it faces.
This study from Forrester Consulting estimates the total economic impact that Chrome devices have on an organization. For more information on Google Chrome Enterprise and Chrome OS devices, contact RetoMarket today.
Gmail was introduced in 2004 as a new and secure approach to email. Gmail continues to help people manage their work and personal lives with the help of useful innovations. This article announces 3 new features that bring even greater efficiency and assistance.
[vimeo 371714461 w=560 h=315] This short video, ideal for social sharing, is entitled “10th Gen Intel® Core™ Mobile Processors Intel® Wi-Fi 6 Gig+.” It features the advantages Wi-Fi 6 can provide to users, including close to 3x faster-performing Wi-Fi compared with a 5-year-old PC.
This instructive infographic, “Cut the Cord with Intel® Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) for Enterprise,” highlights the wireless transformation taking place in the workplace, and showcases the improved 3x performance, 4x scalability, reliability, and security of the Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) technology in 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. It makes a point of comparing the cost savings of a Wi-Fi 6 user versus the current Ethernet-connected worker.