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.
A shift to cloud-based operations can help ensure high service availability and solid data recovery.
The easiest way to understand the cloud is to think of it as a utility, like electricity.
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.
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.
The University of New Brunswick is establishing a new Cisco Chair in Advanced Learning Technologies to promote, support, and lead innovation at the university through industry-linked projects.
LoudCloud Systems has added a pair of modules, virtual classroom and e-file cabinet, to its learning management system (LMS) for higher education.