As technology continues to transform virtually every aspect of our daily lives, it makes sense that it’s also transforming the way we impart knowledge and teach in the hallowed halls of learning, and for the better. Today’s students are always connected and at the forefront of everything digital, so by embracing technology in the classroom like it’s been embraced at home, you’ll have a fully engaged class, innovating and eager to learn. Educational institutions of all sizes have been adopting cloud-based technology at a record pace to deliver:
Your goal is to inspire future generations to do truly incredible things, and by modernizing your education stack to teach smarter, you can adapt to anything that comes your way…including a global pandemic, for instance.
Businesses everywhere are moving to
The cloud is an essential service, and with it, your organization will be able to connect and communicate easier, stay organized more efficiently, and offer improved patient care that keeps your community safe and healthy.
The Justice League has 6 members. The Ghostbusters had 4. The Scooby-Doo gang has 5. When leading a new project, the team you assemble is critical. To bring together the ultimate dream team, you must evaluate skills, time, budgets, and perhaps most importantly, the number of people. Is there an optimal number of team members, though? Is there a way for you to facilitate meaningful connections in the workplace that lead to stronger relationships? Robin Dunbar says yes!
A picture is worth a thousand words, but not if it’s stuck on your phone. So how do you get the thousands of photos and videos off your phone and onto your computer quickly and easily? By enabling Automatic Camera Upload, a feature included with the Sync mobile app!
When enabled, all of your life’s memories will be instantly backed up to the cloud and synchronized to your computer. And with your photos backed up, you can remove them from your device to free up space to take even more pictures, maybe even a million words worth!