• EdTech

    The Chromebook Reaction

    Technology develops continuously. As a result, brand-new gadgets keep emerging. Google, a forerunner in technological innovations, released the Chromebook, its own computer, in 2011. Chromebooks run on Chrome OS, which is largely dependent on an Internet connection. NPD Data reported that Chromebook shipments doubled in 2014. The Chromebook replaced Apple’s iPad, by a thin margin, as the leading gadget availed of by K-12 schools and universities. The Appeal of Chromebook The increase in the sale of Chromebooks may be attributed to the following features: Portability Chromebooks have models that are less than three pounds, making them ideal tools for kids to use at school. Speed The Chromebook’s startup time, unlike that of its counterparts, is fast. The processing time for…

  • Kami Newsroom

    Update: New Privacy Features in Notable PDF

    Today we’re launching new privacy controls and the ability to share comments with different groups of people. When you open documents, you’ll see a icon at the top right, which allows you to switch between different tracked copies of the document. Annotations made within each copy are only visible within that copy, and can be shared separately. There are two kinds of copies: Google Drive copies and Local File copies. Google Drive copies are created when you open a file from Google Drive. Comments made within this copy are automatically shared with people who you have shared the file with on Google Drive – People who get the file from somewhere else won’t…