What's New

What's New

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Toughpad Tablet

The 10-inch Toughpad from Panasonic features a daylight viewable screen, a user-replaceable or serviceable battery, a stylus for handwriting  and signature capture, and multiple options for peripheral connectivity. The tablet is compatible with mobile device management (MDM) tools that allow IT managers to manage applications, secure devices from unauthorized use, and perform many other tasks. It is also supported by an ecosystem that includes an enterprise-focused app store, developer tools, and deployment support.

Materials on Demand

Datamark’s Print Store is an on-demand printing and mailing center that allows institutions to manage and deliver short run direct mail projects. Orders can be placed 24/7/365 and mailed in as few as three business days. The site can save an institution’s marketing materials as templates for future use, and orders can be mailed directly out to a particular recipient list or in bulk to a single location. Schools can upload their own creative, or Datamark can assist in the creative design. Each direct mail piece can be customized with names, dates, locations, images, and more.

Student Health Care On Call

CampusMD is a nationwide health service available either directly to students, parents, or through wholesale arrangements with partner colleges and universities. Institutions can purchase coverage for the entire student body, which includes unlimited access by phone, online video, or secure email to a doctor for information, consultation, and diagnosis, including prescriptions with a discount card. There are no exclusions, copayments, or deductibles, and students do not need health insurance to use the service. CampusMD is underwritten by HealthNation, which has an independent network of licensed U.S. physicians.

The Belkin Stage App

This iPad app from Belkin enables instructors to sketch and annotate over live video during lessons. Working with Belkin’s new tablet stand, The Belkin Stage app can display objects using the iPad camera with the ability to write, label, or laser point to objects in real time. It also connects an iPad to a projector or second screen, so that creations can be shared and viewed with an entire class.


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