COVID-19 has changed the way schools will operate, and the education sector must adapt and adopt proposed measures to defend all parties against infection.
Solutions providers need to be flexible in how they package solutions to meet the needs of the new remote workforce, says Barry Venter, MD of Nashua.
Many businesses are turning to thermal screening solutions that can carry out preliminary screening to identify elevated skin temperatures, says Barry Venter, MD of Nashua.
Once you've secured good quality connectivity, you require added services, such as asset monitoring and management as a service, says Mark Taylor, CEO of Nashua.
A device enables the user to access various services. No device simply means no access.
Technology in education is making a huge impact, but it’s also turning schools into targets for criminals, says Nashua.
When you think of a consumables supplier, you think about ink and paper, possibly even stationery supplies. What doesn’t come to mind is cheese.
Data analytics helps fleet owners to overcome challenges like fuel theft and driver behaviour, so they can improve both their fleet and employees' performance, says Mark Taylor, CEO of Nashua.
You could be fined R10 million for storing documents incorrectly, says Nashua.
Technology helps in freeing up a specialist’s time so they can see more patients, while ensuring that patients get the customer experience they expect, says Mark Taylor, CEO, Nashua.
A virtual PBX eliminates the need for expensive and complicated equipment on-site because everything is hosted in the cloud.
Technology is being implemented in education in various ways: via computers, multifunctional devices and connectivity solutions, or technology that keeps the school secure, says Mark Taylor, CEO, Nashua.