Wi-Fi in colleges keeps current and prospective students happy and helps American colleges stay competitive, while also boosting the U.S. economy.
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Duke University, Clemson University, Auburn University at Montgomery, University of South Florida and Georgia Southern University partnered with Apogee to give students an “at-home access” feel with their networks.
For years, colleges have been utilizing the Cloud and Internet of Things, which are two trends that are expected to soar in higher education in 2016.
In order to better engage with students on and off campus, Franklin University implemented Talisma by Campus Management.
Bronx High School of Science is working with the New York City Education Department to improve the school’s broadband capacity.
Shenandoah University invested in Kronos’s Workforce Central solution for better management of employees’ information, including time sheets and payroll.
Information security is deemed the number one issue on EDUCAUSE’s Top 10 IT Problems in 2016 list.
The new standard is a first step in outfitting the world for Internet of Things, but immediately means higher reliability and connectivity in problem areas.
Ten years after introducing a technology it called the cloud, thousands are benefiting from the revolutionary technology from Amazon.
Since the Qi charging standard was agreed upon, wireless charging has pushed into the home, car and workplace.