Disruptive technologies refers to innovation which involves significant change impacting a business, sector or service that endeavours to provide a better outcome.
Vertiv has said it will donate a percentage of its sales to assist the educational needs of disadvantaged children in Australia and New Zealand.
The University of Auckland reacted quickly to ensure students remained connected while learning from home during recent lockdowns.
Students and teachers at WA public schools are being tested for COVID-19 as part of the state-funded Detect population study focused on asymptomatic individuals.
An expanded government inquiry is inviting submissions on the impact of COVID-19 on Australian education.
Started before the current pandemic, a program designed to help disadvantaged secondary schools has been opening doors.
While state governments differ in the preferred approach for a return to schools, the Australian Government Department of Health has issued guidelines for teachers, students and parents to reduce potential risk of COVID-19 transmission.
With networking needs becoming more complex, it's vital that educational institutions stay ahead of the curve with Wi-Fi, networking, mobility and network management.
When educators needed to rapidly adapt to a shifting educational landscape, existing infrastructure limitations became immediately apparent. So too did the gaping chasm that is Australia's digital divide.
Four hundred SA schools are now connected to high-speed, fibre-optic internet through the state government's $80 million 'SWiFT' project.
The number of devices in the education space is growing exponentially. Here's how DaaS could help schools tackle BYOD challenges.