As part of its "Optimize Puget Sound" initiative, the University of Puget Sound is overhauling its student, financial, and human resources systems.
Alloy Software has released Alloy Navigator Express 6 Suite, a new lightweight version of its asset management, help desk, and knowledge management solution that is geared toward the education and small- to mid-size businesses.
ManageEngine has released the latest version of its network configuration and change management software. DeviceExpert now includes automated device end-of-life (EOL) management, which monitors equipment vendor Web sites and bulletins for EOL status updates and notifies network administrators so they can take appropriate action.
California State University, Monterey Bay is expanding its use of virtualized storage to provide 24-hour access to academic and research data for students and faculty.
BMC Software has released Remedy OnDemand for Public Sector, a cloud-based IT service management solution.
Faced with ever-growing demands for tech support, some universities have chosen outsourcing as a way to increase service while controlling costs. But the Division of Information Technology at Washington, DC's George Washington University (GWU) is achieving those goals and more, while bucking the outsourcing trend.
Oracle has released a new version of its PeopleSoft development and customization platform, PeopleTools. Version 8.52 includes enhancements to the user interface and reporting tools, as well as iPad support for all versions of PeopleSoft.
Aruba Networks has introduced a new indoor 802.11n access point intended for wall mounting in college dorm rooms and smaller classrooms, as well as other multi-tenant environments.
Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY is expanding its high-performance computing capabilities with a new hybrid computing system from IBM for AIX and Linux applications.
UK's Oxford Brookes University has introduced a controller-less wireless network to its five campuses. The institution has put an Aerohive Networks network in place to deliver connectivity to 18,000 students and 2,500 staff.