What About Chrome? Considerations for Deploying Interactive Flat Panels

Where do we start with Chrome? Chromebooks and Chrome OS have taken the education market by storm over the last 18 months. They are particularly attractive due to their low cost and simple browser-based cloud applications which make managing Chromebooks easier than Windows or MAC for school IT departments. Chromebooks are rapidly becoming the hardware of choice for schools. More ...

More Data, Less Marketing

We recently had an email from a potential customer highlighting that we are very marketing heavy on our website and he actually wanted more factual data. We thought his questions we very relevant and good enough to turn into a blog post so here we are. Sir, thank you for your contribution, you know who you are! Does your software ...

Choosing the right Interactive Flat Panel?

Where do you start?   Different Types of Technology Avoid Overlays and Non-Integrated units To the inexperienced, a TV and a touch overlay would seem to present a school with an inexpensive option for an Interactive Flat Panel, but this really doesn’t work. An overlay is a second piece of technology that lays on the screen of a regular TV ...

Why do I need these Interactive Flat Panels?

The Beginnings of Interactive Whiteboards Smart Technologies[1] invented the Interactive Whiteboard in the late 1990s, but it wasn't until 2008 when they became popular. Boosted by government funding in the UK, sales of Interactive Whiteboards jumped from 3,000 to 60,000 units a year.  Other countries around the World, including the Unites States, quickly followed suit. The Interactive Whiteboard became the ...

Replace your Smartboards with Interactive LEDs without losing SMART Notebook® lessons.

For the IT department of a School District, updating old Smartboards with new technology and software can be an absolute minefield. There are a lot of decisions to be made. What technology? What size LED? How much is it? What software does it come with? This question always leads to the even bigger question we guarantee will come from all the teachers ...