The First Era of IT was centralized, the Second Era of IT was individualized, but what will the Third Era look like? Look around. It may already be happening.
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See how D2L’s Brightspace platform helped Academy Online High School give students the tools for success.
When the City of Tallahassee and Leon County came together to create their Public Safety Complex, they decided on some interesting and state-of-the-art tech for their data center.
When others said it couldn’t be done, Hendrix Orthodontics moved their data to the cloud with the help of a cloud-based solution that simplifies ILM, data storage and addresses HIPAA compliance challenges.
Ed Sussman, CEO and Founder of Buzzr talks about reasons why colleges should upgrade their websites. Those reasons include having a company customize the college’s content, hosting the site on the Cloud, setting up best practices, cheap costs, multisite platform capabilities, and content management. He also mentions tips for colleges looking to upgrade their websites, including looking at their long term goals and considering their end-users.
JIBC turned to Ellucian’s Colleague for a better ERP system.
Colleges need good software to keep their information stored, organized and easily shared among multiple devices.
Free videoconferencing services are great for pleasure, but when real business is being done you can’t count on the infrastructure of a free service. What you need to ensure your calls go off without a hitch is a Video as a Service (VaaS) cloud provider.
InterOp is the leading independent technology conference and expo designed to inspire, inform, and connect the world’s IT community. We gathered a list of some of our favorite exhibitors from InterOp New York.
Big Data is the latest technology buzzword. It’s discussed in industries as different as Corporate America and education. Everybody’s talking about it, but what is it? How do you use it? And what does it mean for K-12 education?