Articles by tag: WRAAA

Cybersecurity Tips for Personal and Business IT Networks

Mark Davidson, IT manager at the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging, joined host Tyler Kern on this episode of the Software & Technology Podcast to discuss the importance of protecting business and personal data. Every day people are sharing information over social networks, and how much of that personal information is being shared […]

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Business Services
How to Create A Strong, Effective Workplace Culture in Healthcare

It is one thing to finally clinch that dream job, but if an organization’s workplace culture is unsatisfactory, a dream job can quickly turn into a reluctant daily obligation. On this podcast we learn from workplace culture expert Mary Lipovan of Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging about how health and human services organizations […]

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Healthcare
How Partnerships Pave the Way for Exceptional Elderly Care

For any type of social work, community engagement and widespread support help promote the interests of all patients involved. In today’s healthcare, community outreach is especially essential given the plethora of caregiving sources in any given locality. Thus, one might wonder just how healthcare professionals go about exploiting the assets at their disposal to […]

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Healthcare
Everyone Ages, But Not Everyone Ages Well

Elder care can be a confusing topic for family caregivers and senior citizens who don’t understand all the resources that are available. This issue is getting more and more relevant as the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, shaping the future of senior care for the United States. It’s become clear that for our […]

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smart climate control technologies
Polygon’s Smart Climate Control Technologies Transforms University Renovations
March 4, 2024

In the evolving landscape of university infrastructure, the push towards integrating smart climate control technologies is reshaping renovation projects. This innovative approach not only preserves the historical essence of educational buildings but also aligns them with contemporary standards of efficiency and sustainability. A standout example of this trend is the renovation of Baylor University’s […]

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video collaboration
The Context of History Within Video Collaboration
March 4, 2024

In an engaging discussion hosted by Lauren Semenero, the Head of Customer Success at Jabra, Olly Henderson, the Head of Technical Solutions at Jabra delves into the history and evolution of video collaboration. From its inception as a luxury for the few to the widespread, internet-based platforms of today, Henderson highlights the journey from […]

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the blockchain revolution
Heirloom Labs and the Blockchain Revolution
March 4, 2024

The blockchain revolution is stepping into the spotlight of e-learning, offering groundbreaking solutions for digital identity management. On the “Voices of E-Learning” podcast, host Leena Marie Saleh engages with Nick Dazé, the CEO of Heirloom Labs, to unpack this innovative technology. Dazé articulates how blockchain provides a secure, unassailable foundation for individuals to control […]

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AirMedia
Neil Fluester Breaks Down the Crestron AirMedia with the PanaCast 50 at InfoComm 2023
March 4, 2024

A significant spotlight was cast on the evolving landscape of video conferencing and collaboration technologies, highlighting the strategic partnership between Crestron and Jabra at InfoComm 2023. Neil Fluester, Global Director of Technology Alliances at Crestron, and Josh Blalock, Chief Video Evangelist at Jabra, to delve into the synergies between Crestron AirMedia and the PanaCast […]

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