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Implementing Intel Unite

What is Intel Unite?

Intel released Unite as a replacement for its recently discontinued WiDi technology, as a way for multiple people to wirelessly project at the same time.  The technology takes a big step from the days of just one person sharing your screen, allowing 4 people to project at once, with annotation capabilities and plugin support.  Users don’t need to be in the same room or same network, allowing people across the world to join in and collaborate.  And this is all done with free software and a compatible computer in the conference room as a hub.

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A Thank You From Our K1000 Sysadmin

Yesterday I received a nice thank you from Adam, our primary Dell/Kace K1000 sysadmin! The text says: “Mark- Thank you for all the work you put in to the KBox inventory project!  It coudl not have been so successful without your efforts, insight, and heroic positivity. You’ve been an immense help and inspiration to me. […]

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Student Employee Resources

Thank you for attending my August 13 webinar – “Student Employees: From Fresh Faces to Department Experts”. I’ve collected the resources I discussed during the webinar and shared them below. If you missed the webinar, please look for the recording at Resources Slides from presentation Student Technician Evaluation Rubric Evaluation Norming Profile – this […]

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"Gangam Style" Video Parody Gets 14 Lifeguards Fired

This blog post originally appeared on Writing as an assignment for a marketing course. It’s likely that readers have heard of the song “Gangnam Style”, a Korean song from rapper Diego PSY whose unusual music video (full of Brew awkward dancing and social satire) has earned over 133 million YouTube views since its release […]

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