Cloud Computing & SaaS


Desire2Learn Forms Alliance with Microsoft To Extend Cloud-Based Products

Desire2Learn, a provider of enterprise teaching and learning platforms for K-12 and higher education institutions, has signed a four-year Windows Azure global alliance agreement with Microsoft.

Google's Apps for Education and the New Privacy Policy

Will Google's new privacy policy affect the agreements the company has with universities and colleges? According to Google, the short answer is no, but with a nuance.

5 New Schools Sign on for Microsoft's Office 365

Microsoft is attracting higher education to the cloud as schools begin deploying Office 365, Microsoft's paid follow-on act to Live@edu.

Internet2 Pursues Collaboration in the Cloud

Internet2's new cloud partnership hopes to kick-start collaboration and shared research across higher ed institutions nationwide--and globally.

Sitting on Cloud Mine

In a mobile world, cloud-based personal-storage services make it easier to manage documents across devices, and to collaborate with peers and students.



BMC’s Remedy OnDemand for Public Sector Cloud Service Provides Regulatory Compliance

BMC Software has released Remedy OnDemand for Public Sector, a cloud-based IT service management solution.

York U Business School Adopts Cloud-Based Collaboration Suite

Toronto, Ontario-based York University's Schulich School of Business is bringing in a new cloud-based collaboration tool in an effort to expose students to new trends in business communication and to lower IT expenses and improve efficiencies in the process.

5 Higher Ed Tech Trends for 2012

As the new year begins, education technology experts look at what's ahead for learners and educators.

U Central Florida Medical School Moves to SaaS Budgeting System

The University of Central Florida College of Medicine in Orlando has gone public about its adoption of a budgeting application implemented at the beginning of 2010.

4 Cost-Cutting Cloud Strategies for Campus IT

Hands tied by budget cuts, Westmont College's first CIO has introduced the institution to cloud computing in an effort to enhance IT services without additional financial resources. Here Westmont CIO Reed A. Sheard shares details on four cloud-based projects he implemented to do just that.