Presentations and Networking at Business Information & Media Summit Aimed at Attracting Additional Investors, Content Partners and Distributors MIAMI, FLORIDA – November 11, 2014 – EduTone, the company that simplifies the complex world of interoperability to create seamless teaching and learning experiences with their single sign-on (SSO) platform, the Global Grid for Learning, was named
EduTone Corporation has announced an innovative platform that aims to accelerate one-to-one computing and the adoption of mobile learning environments in schools worldwide. The EduTone Single Sign-On Passport (SSO) part of Intel® Education will be made available for free on Intel Education platforms. In addition, the EduTone Single Sign-On (SSO) Marketplace part of Intel Education
Kajeet, a cell phone carrier that specializes in kid-friendly mobile service, announced June 25 its participation in “Making Learning Mobile,” a pilot program that assesses the mobile computing needs of students and teachers. Sponsored by Qualcomm Inc.’s Wireless Reach initiative, the project will incorporate the work of partners Common Sense Media, Emantras, and EduTone. Every year through Wireless Reach, Qualcomm
Washington, D.C. (April 19, 2012) – The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, today released a “Primer on K-20 Education Interoperability Standards.” This Primer provides a framework for understanding interoperability standards that facilitate the exchange of information among educational systems, and support the integration of
In this day and age of stagnant economies and shrinking budgets, organizations from every sector are struggling for ways to make ends meet, and nowhere are these efforts more critical than in the case of public education. Across the board spending cuts are often the first knee-jerk reaction from organizations, both public and private, but
Has your organization achieved a dynamic level of identity and access management? Are students and staff provisioned for day-zero access to all needed resources? What does it cost your organization when users sit idle, unable to access critical resources? Worse yet, what are your potential costs for former employees whose access wasn’t terminated in a
Many organizations are asking this question, and while the complete answer does depend largely on size and technological footprint, those details mostly help to identify the ROI. The basic question is far more fundamental, and the answer easily ascertained with but a few simple questions. Assuming that your organization does rely on computers to carry
The K-12 education market has been undergoing an unprecedented, multi-dimensional shift in the past couple of years. A combination of powerful political, economic, and technological forces is in play, creating a significant and non-reversible change in the culture and overall way of conducting business in the market. Let’s take the technological changes as an example.