SMART Technologies stories
AI marked as top cybersecurity challenge for next year
Cybersecurity challenges for 2024, including AI-driven threats, are spotlighted by Kaspersky, urging heightened vigilance in adopting online security measures.
Colt forecasts top tech trends including AI & edge computing
Colt Technology Services predicts AI, edge computing and network greening as major enterprise tech trends for 2024.
Epson projectors to include SMART Notebook software
Epson bundles SMART Notebook software with interactive projectors to improve collaborative learning for educators in New Zealand.
Christchurch on the road to becoming a Smart City
Christchurch City Council invests $330,000 in new sensing technologies to make the city smarter and more sustainable. #SmartCity #Technology.
Smart Technologies brings collaboration tools to ANZ
Smart Technologies has launched its kapp product family in Australia and New Zealand, targeting the education and business sectors.
The evolution of the digital classroom: From OHPs to Smart's Kapp IQ
As schools are redeveloped, new schools built and new teachers trained, the buzz is around student-led learning.
A look into the billion dollar Ed Tech market
The Ed Tech and smart classrooms market is expected to grow from $43.27 billion in 2015 to $93.79 billion by 2020.
Smart sets the bar high for collaboration
Smart Technologies redefines collaboration, targeting disengagement and unproductive meetings with innovative tools, in partnership with Westcon.
SMART move as Westcon seals Enterprise Solutions distie deal
Smart Technologies has appointed Westcon Group as a value-added distributor of its Enterprise collaboration solutions in Australia and New Zealand.