Monday, November 12, 2012

Bring your own technolocy

  • Cell Phone Use In Schools A Possibility With 'Bring Your Own Technology ...

    The idea of the Bring Your Own Technology initiative is beginning to be used by schools across the country as a way they can save money by only buying devices for those who don't already own them.

  • School news

    Book fair and scavenger hunt: Bailey Middle School will hold their first annual Bring Your Own Technology Scavenger Hunt during the Fall Book Fair, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

  • Set Students Free With Technology in Schools

    This could be part of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiative, a small pilot with one motivated teacher in a school, or a full-scale district implementation of hardware.

  • BYOD — The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, is the latest buzz-phrase in IT departments. ... The mobile device security field is in its infancy but there are a few worth considering: AirWatch, Good Technology, Juniper Networks, McAfee, MobileIron, Symantec, Zenprise.

  • Making Bring Your Own Device work for you

    The phenomenon of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has definitely become a top-of-mind issue for Chief Information Officers (CIO) and end-users alike.

  • Arlington students may get to take technology to class

    ARLINGTON -- Students at Arlington district schools could be cleared to take their own mobile devices to class as early as next semester if school trustees approve a new voluntary Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) program at tonight's board meeting.

  • School Board Approves Policy for Bring Your Own Device Initiative

    The policy, which goes hand-in-hand with the district's new Bring Your Own Device initiative, goes on to say that students are now permitted to use technology devices such as a iPad or smart phone while in school as long as they follow the provisions ...

  • Lampeter-Strasburg reviews technology in the classroom policy

    Several other school districts in the county also have adopted or expanded their own "bring your own technology" policies.

  • High-tech gadgets in classes get Holy Family's blessing

    The private school introduced a "Bring Your Own Technology" program this year. Netbooks, laptops and tablets are allowed for fifth- through eighth-graders and students from all grades can bring e-readers to class.

  • My Word: Alameda's Saint Joseph High on tech ed's cutting edge

    Students at Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School have broader opportunities to learn and interact in their classes this year with the introduction of the Bring Your Own Computer program and the schoolwide use of Moodle, an online classroom tool. The St ...

  • Bedford Co. High School Students bring technology to school

    High School Students bring technology to school (Added: October 29, 2012). The school system's new policy, "Bring Your Own Technology," allows students to bring cell phones, laptops and other devices to school. (more) · Post a Comment for this Video ...

  • Tackling network capacity in a bring-your-own-device era

    s Mobile Computing IT Enterprise Technology Research division. The culprit ... IT executives across enterprises are trying to get a handle on network capacity in a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) era, and as Steffen put it, "There's 15 to 20 ways to skin ...

  • Students may get to Bring Their Own Technology to school

    At Monday's work session, the county board of education added the new "bring-your-own-technology" policy to its consent agenda for approval at Thursday's meeting. The policy reads that "Students shall be permitted to bring to school electronic ...

  • Cheat Sheet: What in-house counsel need to know about bring-your-own-device ...

    Bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, policies allow employees to use their personal technology, such as laptops, smartphones and tablets, in the workplace.

  • Bright Idea Grant Recipient: Cheatham will buy iPads for Willis Rd. students

    Willis Road is a pilot site for the Coweta County School System's Bring Your Own Technology incentive, which aims to prepare all students and teachers to maximize learning by fully integrating relevant technology into every classroom.

  • BYOD Security Tops Doctors' Mobile Device Worries

    Security concerns and managing BYOD (bring your own device) tech is front of mind for many physicians, according to a recent report from KLAS.

  • Schools honored for technology

    The school was selected for its use of technology to create fun ways for students to learn. It's also one of the county's schools using the Bring Your Own Technology initiative, allowing students to use their own devices, including iPads, iPods, gaming ...

  • BYOD can quickly become BYOM -- bring your own malware

    Increasingly, companies and the government are turning to employees to bring their iPads, iPhones, and other smartphones to work to do work.

  • Bring your own dilemma

    There is definitely a problem with mobile technology. At the recent CIO Summit, at least one delegate piled a pyramid of wireless devices onto on the chair next to him: A 10in tablet, a Galaxy Note, an iPhone and some kind of basic mobile phone.

  • Reporting on China? Pick your own facts

    BIO. Alex Lo is a deputy news editor at the South China Morning Post. He also writes the daily "My Take" column on page 2 and edits the weekly science and technology page in Sunday Morning Post.

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