We are pleased to announce that PC Locs has been awarded with the Highly Commended Award for the Manufacturing Category at the 2016 Western Australian Industry & Export Awards. (Pictured above: WA Minister for Mines & Petroleum, Finance and Small Business, Hon. Sean L’Estrange MLA, displaying PC Locs WA Exports Highly Commended Award (Manufacturing Category) with Angelica Sharman , PC Locs Financial Controller and Patrick Noonan, PC Locs General Manager – APAC)
Case Study: Watch how the Carrier 30 Cart by PC Locs has allowed the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) to deploy devices quickly and keep them secure. The Basket system allows the educator to grab a basket in each hand and carry them to where they are needed. “We have limited time with the participants, so being able to grab a Basket and placing them on a table give participants immediate access to the devices. I can do that in a matter of…
CNET REVIEWS: After a yearlong pilot program in California initiated by publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the math scores of students using iPads jumped 20 percent compared with classrooms that used traditional paper textbooks. Click here for the full story on CNET.
Written by Cambrionix In this day and age of USB charging it is important, as a customer, to understand why ‘Amps’ matter. It’s beyond the scope of this document to explain what ‘Amps’ are but we will explain why you need to take notice when they are mentioned on charge/sync cart/case specification sheets. Would you charge your iPad using a Nokia charger? If not, why? Why does it matter?