As the digital world rushes forward with new developments, The Digital Ark continues to expand its offerings in areas such as interactive kiosks, to widen the geographical territory of its client base and to upgrade its infrastructure to accommodate the growing demand to serve as a repository for large, digital collections.
Some banks that do business in Rhode Island are easing into the global trend to use cloud computing service, or processing and storing data on servers not owned by the company either on rented server space they control, generally called the “private cloud,” or shared servers, called the “public cloud.”
Nick Kishfy, founder and CEO of MojoTech, is no stranger to making something from nothing. The Barrington resident began his career working on venture-backed startups, bringing other people’s ideas to life. He would watch them take off, but without the satisfaction that comes from launching one’s own product.
Shawn Rubin launched EdTechRI as a natural outgrowth of his experience as director of blended learning and technology integration at the Highlander Institute, a charter school in Providence. Blended learning is a combination of online learning through educational-technology software and face-to-face instruction with a teacher in a brick-and-mortar environment. Most of his work is professional development with teachers to help them integrate technology into their classrooms. Rubin works extensively with schools in Providence, as well as across southeast New England. The missing link Rubin discovered between educational-software developers and enthusiastic teachers – the classroom testing phase – ignited a spark that led to the creation of EdTechRI. more
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