Working or Teaching From Home: Staying healthy & productive
Working or Teaching From Home: Staying healthy & productive
When working or teaching from home for long hours each day, it's important to create a comfortable environment. Computer screens, TVs and smartphones emit blue-light that can damage our health...
Working or Teaching From Home: Web conferencing
Working or Teaching From Home: Web conferencing
The right web conferencing set-up makes online teaching easier, enabling students to better concentrate and engage when they can see and hear the teacher clearly. For other education professionals...
Working or Teaching From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Working or Teaching From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Whether teaching classes remotely or collaborating with other professionals, here are some less well-known ways to improve connection speeds on home Wi-Fi networks…Change the channel that the router...
Optimizing Your Device Choice Program
Optimizing Your Device Choice Program
Congratulations on establishing a choose-your-own-device (CYOD) program. As your educational institution evolves to further integrate computers into the learning experience, we believe CYOD will help...
Industry Advisory: Education – Growth - Fast
Industry Advisory: Education – Growth - Fast
As educational institutions and service providers grow, IT must help to balance budget forecasts and deliver on learning expectations. This report illustrates how growing with Lenovo will help you...
Match User Types with Optimal Devices to Increase Productivity
Match User Types with Optimal Devices to Increase Productivity
When it comes to providing administrators, students and teachers with the right equipment to do their jobs, one size doesn't fit all. It’s critical that devices are well-suited to the needs of the...
Building a Device Choice Program
Building a Device Choice Program
Your planned program, where users are offered a choice of IT-procured devices, can improve end user satisfaction and flexibility. It should also make it easier for IT admins to manage devices...
Maximizing & Enhancing Learning in the Digital Era
Maximizing & Enhancing Learning in the Digital Era
Digital Transformation (DX) has introduced multiple opportunities in the education sector. From technologies like Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) to gamification, the possibilities are vast for...
Transitioning from Reactive IT
Transitioning from Reactive IT
Reactive or break/fix IT can easily end up costing more than a proactive support model. Formulating a transition plan that includes a cost/benefit analysis will get you started on the path to...
Replace BYOD with a Choice of Devices Issued by IT
Replace BYOD with a Choice of Devices Issued by IT
Bring your own device (BYOD), where teachers, staff and students use their own devices, has been happening for years. However, it has challenges including less control over data and security. When it...
Flexible Computing for Modern Workspaces
Flexible Computing for Modern Workspaces
In classrooms, labs and lecture halls, education institutions are looking to promote active learning through engagement with technology. On the administrative and supplier side of education, cues can...
Move Beyond Passwords to Multi-Factor Authentication
Move Beyond Passwords to Multi-Factor Authentication
Education institutions that are not yet using multi-factor authentication (MFA) may be exposing their data to greater risk. Not only is MFA more secure, it also provides a better experience because...