Cell Phones

Read: How to Improve Connectivity in Schools for Cell Phones and First Responders

How to Improve Connectivity in Schools for Cell Phones and First Responders

Learn some of the key factors that prevent calls or mass notifications from going through in school buildings and what you can do to fix it.

Read: How to Improve Mobile Device Security on Campus

How to Improve Mobile Device Security on Campus

Hackers targeting mobile devices present a major security challenge to schools and healthcare facilities, as well as law enforcement.

Read: Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

The first steps to combating stalking include taking it seriously, having an appropriate policy, and training campus personnel how to respond.

Read: UNL Improves Cell Coverage with Verizon Small Network Pole Installation

UNL Improves Cell Coverage with Verizon Small Network Pole Installation

Verizon’s small cell technology poles provide network coverage to smaller, densely populated urban areas, such as college campuses.

Read: Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant to Track Cell Phones

Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant to Track Cell Phones

Friday’s 5-4 decision reverses a previous ruling that cell phone location data is not protected by the Fourth Amendment and therefore doesn’t require a warrant.

Read: Cell Towers Thrive During Hurricane Harvey in Comparison to Katrina

Cell Towers Thrive During Hurricane Harvey in Comparison to Katrina

According to the FCC, four percent of the estimated 7,800 cell towers in Harvey’s path were wiped out compared to over 1,000 cell sites incapacitated by Katrina.

Read: Campus Situational Awareness in the Age of Smart Phones

Campus Situational Awareness in the Age of Smart Phones

Our addiction to and focus on personal electronic devices often means we don’t know what’s going on around us. These eight steps will bring us back to reality and improve campus security.

Read: Alabama District to Expel Students Filming School Fights

Alabama District to Expel Students Filming School Fights

The formal policy comes after the district struggled to contain student fight videos in the past.

N.Y. School Blocks Cell Phones from Wi-Fi Network

The school’s new policy is intended to free up bandwidth on its network.

Read: Rutgers Trying New Program to Connect with Students

Rutgers Trying New Program to Connect with Students

The system allows university police on patrol to directly communicate with students.

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