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Davedgreat2000 Alan, I actually dont agree with what you are saying about guns. I think its important to teach firearms safety to everyone. Maybe we dont have to do it in classrooms in schools, but it should still...
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Alan Reiter, President, Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing
For years schools have been looking for ways to stop, or at least reduce, school violence, especially the worst violence: shootings. As I wrote in February, schools are employing ...
Alan Reiter, President, Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing
The United States kicked off 2014 with two school shootings in January. Should city schools implement high tech to help prevent these tragedies?
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Recent high-profile data breaches prove that without adequate security, smart buildings could be a dumb idea.
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Schools are using biometrics to enhance their efficiency and control students. But some students, parents, and privacy groups are crying foul. Get ready for continuing controversy ...
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A building once mocked as the "Death Star" of New York City's East Village is getting the last laugh as IBM moves in.
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