There is always something new and exciting to read about in Higher Ed IT — be it a new app that’s being developed or a new product that will greatly improve your productivity. Here you can find all your IT news in one central location.
Free parent engagement app ClassTag has added integrated printing in an effort to communicate with parents wherever they happen to be.
Nearly nine in 10 (87 percent) of E-rate applicants say E-rate funds are vital to their internet connectivity goals, according to the initial findings of Funds For Learning's seventh-annual survey.
Smoothwall has unveiled Cloud Filter for Chrome, an off-site filtering tool for the Chrome browser.
West Corp., the maker of SchoolMessenger software suite, has released a new mobile and web app designed to streamline communication between school and home. It replaces the previous InfoCenter app, while adding functionality.
Otus has unveiled updates to its data management platform designed to offer more options for data analysis and reporting to inform district-level decisions.
This week at the ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference in San Antonio, TX, 3D printer company MakerBot launched a new cloud-based platform for educators, My MakerBot, and the MakerBot Educators Guidebook.
The significant sustainability issues of our day present some of the greatest challenges for the next generation. Indeed, the world that our next generation will inherit and live in will be far different from the one we live in today. Ecosystem changes resulting from climate change, water scarcity, ocean acidification, ecosystem destruction, nitrogen and phosphorous The post Big shakeup: Universities weaving this field into most campus departments appeared first on
Details from an alliance study called “Cyber Criminals, College Credentials, and the Dark Web” Author: Tim GoralIt’s no secret that college and university networks have long been prone to cyberattacks of various kinds.
Confronting the challenges of digitizing documentsAuthor: Stefanie BotelhoThe mass digitization of literature is complex. The preservation of books, letters and other historical materials calls for advanced technology and a good deal of manpower. Universities are developing better practices around this process, as well as creating software and databases to make this content accessible and search-friendly.
Hyland today announced the latest version of its flagship OnBase platform, boasting "greater configurability, enhanced mobile capabilities and expanded integration options."
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