Integrating Technology Into Classrooms for Children and Adult Learners
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Integrating Technology Into Classrooms for Children and Adult Learners

My name is Katie, and I love technology. For years, I worked in a child care centre, and now, I volunteer in an adult literacy classroom. In both of thee situations, I have been impressed by the use of technology. I have seen it integrated in a lot of useful and surprising ways. If you want to use technology in any classroom, my blog will help you generate ideas and learn how to use them effectively. I have three kids, but they are all grown, leaving me with ample time to write. Please, get comfortable and explore these posts. Thanks for finding my blog!


Integrating Technology Into Classrooms for Children and Adult Learners

Backbone cabling: Reasons you should use fibre for your company

Marcia Wagner

Backbone cabling is probably the most important part of the communication system in your organisation. It provides the required interconnection between the components of the system, which enables you to stay connected. The automation of machines and the ability to perform numerous activities from one machine without having to move from one office to another is made possible by backbone cabling. Therefore, you need a reliable and secure cabling mechanism for you to enjoy top notch performance from your system. Here are few reasons you should consider using fibre optic cables for backbone cabling within your organisation:

Greater bandwidth

Unlike the regular cables, fibre optics offer more bandwidth that enables them to carry heavy loads in terms of data. Therefore, they extend your ability to download, upload, and send large megabytes of data at once, which helps you to save time. You do not have to send data in bits anymore. Particularly, the single-mode fibre optics cables offer the largest bandwidths, and they have no secondary requirements such as a limited amount of data you are allowed to send over a certain period, say one month.

Better speed and data carrying distance

The fibre optic signals are made of light. The fibre optic cables use light pulses to transmit data from one point to another. Therefore, the data moves at a high speed and great distance like a beam of light. However, certain attributes such as the wavelength, network, and the style of the cable can limit the distances over which the fibre optic cable can transmit data. Regardless of these limitations, they still carry data over longer distances than the regular twisted cables, which often necessitate the installation of a booster.


The private and confidential nature of the information of your business is paramount in today's unpredictable business world. Your data should be safe from unauthorised access by competitors and hackers who can use it to defraud or manipulate your organisation. Thankfully, the fibre optic cables are reliably secure. They do not radiate signals when data is being transmitted, which makes it difficult for the unintended audience to tap that information.

Furthermore, the transmission of data uses several wavelengths, which makes it hard for hackers to read and understand your information because they cannot tap into all the wavelengths at the same time. Lastly, fibre optics transmission for your backbone cabling enables you to have all the necessary hardware in a central location rather than having wiring units and equipment all over the building.