As smoke detector and fire alarm technology has improved, it’s no coincidence the number of fire deaths has drastically decreased. More Americans are protecting their homes, businesses and properties with sensors, detectors and alarms that can respond in a moment’s notice and alert residents, employees, guests and more to exit their building.
The uses of technology in our world today are endless, widespread and constantly evolving. Within the education setting, high-tech developments are creating a range of influences on students’ learning, impacting how teachers teach and how schools keep students, staff and visitors safe. […]
Advancements in technology have revolutionized the hospitality industry, empowering hotels to offer guests room entry via keycard or smartphone app, mobile checkout capabilities, easy “tap to pay” features, wireless comfort enhancements and more. But frequent travelers know all too well one of the biggest technology headaches faced in most hotels is the lack of a reliable and strong […]
If — or when — the time comes to move a loved one into a senior living community, it can be a difficult and emotional time. For most families, their primary concerns include: Will my loved one be safe? Will they receive the best possible care? Will the new living arrangement be affordable for our […]
Teachers and school organizations are embracing technology to heighten the learning experience. In fact, 75% of educators think technology has a positive impact in the education process, according to a study by the IT Trade Association CompTIA. Having the proper systems and tools is critical to creating a workspace that promotes collaboration and learning. Let’s […]
Fires are unpredictable, and when they strike, you must be prepared. With growing universities, senior living facilities and hospitals, the quest for safety and emergency preparedness is much greater. Gone are the days when only fire alarms would be sufficient in evacuating a building in case of an emergency. Safety requires much more than that…and it should.