1. Articles in category: Education

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    1. Big data on campus

      Big data on campus

      Facing federal and state pressure to raise retention and graduation rates, dozens of colleges and universities are developing analytics tools to help students make better decisions about everything from courses to social activities.

      Purdue University has notified its 7,300 incoming freshman about a new web application that could help them better acclimate to life on campus.

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    2. Wi-Fi connectivity the tip of the technology iceberg for K-12 schools

      Wi-Fi connectivity the tip of the technology iceberg for K-12 schools

      It’s been about two years since the FCC modernized E-Rate, which is the funding program for K-12 schools to buy technology. Prior to the revamp of the program, E-Rate funded a number of legacy technologies, such as modems, broadband and pagers. E-Rate has now shifted to helping schools build better in-building experiences, with much of the funding directed at Wi-Fi.

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    3. Higher Ed Cloud Adoption on the Rise

      Higher Ed Cloud Adoption on the Rise

      Cloud investment is mostly expected to grow next year in higher education; 81 percent of IT leaders or professionals said their institutions would be increasing spending on cloud computing in 2017. Sixty percent said they're integrating cloud thinking into their IT strategies. But it will take a few more years before the majority of applications in colleges are running in the cloud. Today 39 percent of apps are cloud-based; by 2021 it could be closer to 62 percent.

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    4. How Universities need TOP CHEFs as well as top CIOs to meet the demands of IoT in Education

      How Universities need TOP CHEFs as well as top CIOs to meet the demands of IoT in Education

      Budget cuts, tuition up, resources tightened...How can a university cope with IoT & rising expectations with all these “chopped” ingredients?

      I am a self-professed foodie and like to watch cooking shows. I marvel at the way chefs can take a wide range of ingredients, deliberately apply techniques that often seem difficult, and make something amazing!

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    5. How much does your School board really know about Cyber threats?

      How much does your School board really know about Cyber threats?

      In today’s mobile learning environment, success is not solely based on the technology and how innovative educators and institutions are with it but how smooth the experience, from a reliability, performance and a security perspective. With E-Rate and Grants focused at the latest networking technologies, School Districts are already well into revolutionizing their school environments. But is security really topping the list on these efforts?

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    6. Barry University CIO: Managing The Mobile Security Load

      Barry University CIO: Managing The Mobile Security Load

      In higher ed, CIOs have to deal with ultra-connected students and faculty whose devices increase the security burden on IT, while managing the growing use of online video as an educational tool. Here's how the CIO of Barry University in Florida handles it all.

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    7. Educational IT crying out for better analytics, BYOD management

      Educational IT crying out for better analytics, BYOD management

      The need for more extensive mobility management options is clear, according to Aruba, which cited statistics saying that 45% of undergraduate students own three or more mobile devices, and 61% generally connect two devices at once to wireless networks.

      A panel discussion at Aruba’s Atmosphere conference on Wednesday talked up the need for better analytics and options for managing floods of personal devices on educational networks.

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    8. Education IT: Hot Tech Trends To Watch

      Education IT: Hot Tech Trends To Watch

      Cloud, big data, and security are all big factors in education IT this year. At the same time, there is a cultural shift taking place not only among the student body, but within the demographics of the IT departments themselves.

      One notable difference between corporate IT and educational IT in the public school systems is that technology budgets for education are constrained by factors outside the typical decision-making processes of "the business."

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    9. NewsFlash: IT has become critical to higher education!

      NewsFlash: IT has become critical to higher education!

      I’m a traveling man so I have the luxury of hearing views from schools across North America on technology in education. 

      From my travels I see that higher education information technology has reached an inflection point—the point at which the trends that dominated thought leadership have motivated early adopters and are now cascading into the mainstream.

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