Reality Check: Your WLAN Is Already Supporting BYOD. Now What’s Your Strategy?

Enterprises may be contemplating BYOD, but the truth is it’s already on the network in some form. The next step is to embrace it.

Are Massive Open Online Courses the Future of Education?

In this week’s Out of School podcast, Fraser talks with Dr. Leah Marks about online learning through Massive Open Online Courses.

Are There Undesirable Effects Of Innovations?

In this weeks Out of School, Fraser looks at the undesirable effects that new innovations and bring to a social order.

Are Larger Organizations more Innovative than Smaller Ones?

Are larger organizations more innovative than smaller ones? It often depends on who is answering the question, and what the questions were.

Next Generation Schools Have a Change Agent To Innovate for the Future

In this episode of Out of School, Fraser and Bradley discuss The Chromebook C, the LAUSD settlement with Apple, and chapter 8 and 9 of Diffusions of Innovations.

Are You An Early Adopter Or A Laggard?

Consumers fall into one of five adopter categories which determines when they buy new innovations. Most people are considered “Early Majority”.

What Are The Five Properties That Control Rate Of Adoption?

There are five properties that determine the speed a product spreads through a group. These properties include trialability and observability.

Can Apple’s iPad Pro Replace The Laptop?

Can the iPad Pro replace a laptop? In this podcast two IT educators discuss the pros and cons.

How Do Users Decide to Adopt Products?

When new innovations are ready, how do consumers decide when to adopt them and how? Is this random or is there a method to the madness?

Why and at what rate do technology innovations spread?

In the latest Out of School podcast, Fraser and Bradley discuss Office 365, Pixar in a Box, AirPlay, and start a series on Diffusion of Innovations