Higher education institutions can use big data sources to collect information in real-time in order to give students a better learning experience.
Acquisition of Massachusetts-based data storage giant would be largest ever in technology, sets up one-stop shop for large customers.
CEO of Clinovo, Glenn Keet, discusses the benefits of electronic data capture, and how colleges can use it to better manage clinical data in a Q&A.
PowerSchool Group LLC (“PowerSchool”) has helped 25 Arizona School Districts report real-time data via the state’s new AzEDS (Arizona Education Data Standards) system. Releasing PowerSchool’s AzEDS Ed-Fi Reporting in Arizona is another step in the continuing process of embracing innovation in technology to benefit student learning.
In order to store its extensive data, the University of Arizona invests in Zetta.net’s archival solution.
Vernier Software & Technology’s Go Wireless Link helps students and teachers wirelessly collect scientific data from their tablets and mobile devices. Science and STEM classrooms are able to collect data and perform data analysis through the low-cost Go Wireless Link and Vernier sensors.
Danielle Cerrachio will be presenting at CorpComm Expo 2015. She will lead a presentation entitled ‘Transform Your Workspace Environmental Media Installations.’ She will teach attendees even more about how to display content over digital signage.
With data breach risks and high administrative demands, colleges should consider these features for their ERP systems.
After installing Kronos’s HR software, the Cal Poly Ponoma Foundation reduced its paper usage by 95 percent, cut down the amount of time and workers it took to process HR-related business, and made employee’s employment information more accessible to them.
To meet or exceed end users’ performance expectations, network infrastructure must transform in a way that makes hyperscale accessible to enterprise, rather than limiting it to the massive data centers of cloud providers.