Cornell University has launched an on-demand research computing service available to scientists inside and outside of the institution.
Every major cloud-based service builds reporting into its product, allowing colleges and universities to base decisions on solid data--and hopefully improve both their products and the customer experience.
Just as there are all kinds of real clouds--stratus, cirrus, cumulus--there are different types of computing clouds. The three primary cloud types are public, private, and hybrid.
How the cloud enables collaboration and efficient transmission of information at two universities.
Whether a school uses a public or private cloud, one of the big upsides is the ability to implement solutions quickly in response to customer requests.
The easiest way to understand the cloud is to think of it as a utility, like electricity.
In a two-part series, CT provides IT administrators with an easy-to-understand primer to help them educate campus constituents about the cloud and what it can do for their institutions.
A shift to cloud-based operations can help ensure high service availability and solid data recovery.
LoudCloud Systems has added a pair of modules, virtual classroom and e-file cabinet, to its learning management system (LMS) for higher education.
Microsoft has opened its Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 6.5 Beta review program.