LATI, Georgia Tech, and Quincy College have partnerships with technology companies that find graduates of college and universities jobs, and fill corporate needs.
Artificial intelligence offers some interesting ways to aide learning in higher education environments. Let’s look at what can happen moving forward.
Keeping your college’s network security tight is so important – not only the school, but the students, can be affected by a poor network.
The program will allow law students to explore internet security policy making so that they can participate in a growing job market when they graduate.
When it comes to cybersecurity, universities and colleges can’t be too careful. The problem is that phishing scams target individuals, not the network.
A massive ate-of-the-art technology installation and integration project allows UCLA’s Dr. William M.W. Mong Memorial Learning Center Auditorium to fit a number of uses, from lectures to faculty meetings.
Technology can be a great asset for higher education institutions that are not only looking to recruit but to enroll new students year after year.
Higher education institutions implement new green technology systems to save energy and help the environment. Here’s how you can get started.
I recently visited Red Thread, a Boston-based integration company in the business of providing customers with office technology. It had been about a year and a half since I’d visited the Boston Waterfront office and at that time it was specifically to learn about its own office renovation. Back then I was impressed with the […]
When it comes to recruiting prospective students with digital signage, college sports programs need to go big or go home.