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Why NYU’s $1 Billion Engineering School Investments are Such a Big Deal

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Engineering jobs remain increasingly in high demand, with recent studies showing the engineering sector had a year-over-year job growth rate of more than 3.5% with 94,400 new jobs. Read more

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Super Bowl LVII Ad Spots Sold Out. Why Did It Take So Long This Year?
February 6, 2023

Patrick Rishe, Host of “Suite Talk: The Business Behind Sports“, takes a look at the 2023 Super Bowl ad trends. An uncertain economy is one of the biggest factors as to why it took companies so long to buy out the ad spaces for this year’s Super Bowl. Not to mention we have seen nothing […]

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Thoughts About Pro AV’s Path Forward in ’23
February 6, 2023

Can we take a second and acknowledge how impactful Gina Sansivero and Brandy Alvarado-Miranda are for our industry? … I had a chance to sit down with BOTH of them to break down some of the hottest trends from ISE this year, but also to dive deeper into the conversations and challenges that are […]

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How Have Home Intelligence and Automated Shading Solutions Improved Home Energy Efficiency and Comfort?
February 6, 2023

On today’s episode of the Draper at Home podcast, host Michelle Dawn Mooney, speaks with Scotty Allen, the Chief Operating Officer of Josh.ai, Maryellen Oswald, Custom Integration & Partnerships Channel Manager, Somfy USA, and Tyson McDonald, Director of Business Development, Motorized Solar Solutions for Draper, Inc., to talk about how the effect of home intelligence […]

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Why NYU’s $1 Billion Engineering School Investments are Such a Big Deal
December 8, 2022

Engineering jobs remain increasingly in high demand, with recent studies showing the engineering sector had a year-over-year job growth rate of more than 3.5% with 94,400 new jobs. Machine learning engineers, computer hardware engineers, and software engineers are all incredibly popular (and well-paid!) career paths for emerging graduates. It’s no wonder that NYU is doubling […]

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22 EdTech Products Awarded Research-Based Design Product Certification
August 11, 2020

Twenty-two products have earned the Research-Based Design product certification from Digital Promise, joining 13 others that were certified earlier this year. The certification is intended to serve as a reliable signal for consumers, including school administrators, educators, and families, looking for evidence of educational technology (edtech) products that are based in research about learning. The […]

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New York State Bets Big on Tech
August 6, 2020

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo this week announced approval of 148 Smart Schools Investment Plans aimed at improving school security and reimagining teaching and learning for the 21st century. The approved plans, totaling $94 million, are part of the $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act — a sweeping education technology initiative first proposed by the Governor […]

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Supers to EdTech Companies: Don’t Call Us, We’ll call you
June 1, 2020

From this survey published by the National Superintendents Roundtable COVID-19 has unleashed a tsunami of work for school superintendents as they distribute food to students, implement distance learning, and prepare for a different fall school environment. What’s not helping, they say, is a flood of sales calls from technology vendors offering to help. The National […]

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Why Your Next Classroom Instructor Might Be a Robot
December 19, 2019

It is no longer debatable that technology is driving the standard of the modern day learning environment. From robots to online learning solutions, education today is officially changing. Hosts Tyler Kern and Geoffrey Short sat down with Robokind CEO Val Loomer to chat about robotics and AI and how are impacting the industry. The three also discussed […]

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CineCast: Advice for Young Software Companies
November 20, 2019

Taking Cinedeck from the hardware world to the software world impacted leaders’ outlook on the company business model and shaped the company in an unexpected way, COO Jane Sung [contributor page] said in this third of a three-part conversation on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “When we first launched the software, we launched with our same […]

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CineCast: How a Brand New Startup Can Act Like an Established Company
November 18, 2019

Cinedeck COO Jane Sung says there were huge barriers when it came to entering the software technology market with cineXtools. “Especially when you’re bootstrapping that new product,” Sung said in this second of three-part discussion on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “Basically it felt like we were starting as a brand new startup.” Like a startup, […]

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CineCast: How Cinedeck Transitioned From a Hardware to a Software Solutions Provider
November 15, 2019

From its inception, Cinedeck has worked tirelessly to bring innovative video recording and editing tools to the market, but that was no easy feat persuading the industry their solution was feasible. On this first of three-part conversation on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast, COO Jane Sung takes us behind the curtain to reveal the challenges they […]

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How Third-Party Maintenance Providers Offer Better Solutions Than OEMs
November 1, 2019

A new report published by Gartner Research says third-party hardware maintenance providers are coming into their own as large companies are moving away from OEMs for all their service needs and implementing hybrid maintenance solutions for their businesses. That’s great news for companies like Reliant Technology], who have built a trusted reputation for guiding […]

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