Reliable wireless connectivity is essential for curricular instruction within the classroom, allowing teachers greater mobility and the opportunity to better interact with students from anywhere within the classroom . . .
Canton High School wanted a security system that would help prevent crisis situations and would create a safer, more productive environment for teachers and students. In addition, the school needed to find a solution that could be installed, operated and maintained without becoming a major financial drain on the schoolâ€™s budget...
See how this school district significantly decreased the amount of time previously spent on e-discovery requests and email investigations....
Case Study: Timberlane Regional School District Chooses a Ruckus Wireless 802.11n Solution from Fusion Connex
With over 4500 students, and teachers and administrators, Timberlane's conventional 802.11g wireless LAN was no longer making the grade. Learn how they eliminated the problem without the complexity and expense of enterprise-level WLAN solutions
IEEE 802.1X is an authentication and authorization technique. Many network video products support IEEE 802.1X as a security feature. In this white paper we will discuss the background as well as the working principle of IEEE 802.1X.
The intended audience of this document is technical personnel and system integrators.
This white paper is intended to help the reader understand the roles and benefit of both theMJPEG and theMPEG-4 compression methods, and when to use which one based on necessity and performance. It begins with some basic concepts that relate to both image size (in pixels) and PPF (pixels per foot). This is followed by some background information on compression: why it was needed, and how it is accomplished; finally, each compression method is described separately, listing the key advantages of each.
Schools and colleges should be safe havens for education. Unfortunately, like every other part of society, they suffer their share of crime and violence. Providing physical protection can be difficult and expensive throughout a school system or college campus. This paper will introduce administrators and school security managers to IP (networked) video surveillance systems. It explains how these systems improve the quality of video surveillance, providing many advantages over analog video systems, while at the same time being more cost effective for tight school budgets.