Ericom Software has released Ericom AccessToGo 2.0, a remote desktop protocol (RDP) client that provides secure access Windows applications, desktops, virtual desktops (VDI), and Windows terminal servers from a mobile device.
Nutanix has released version 3.5 of its Nutanix OS (NOS), the software behind the company's virtual datacenter infrastructure solutions. The update provides enhancements to application performance and storage optimization and includes a new UI designed to provide a "consumer-like" management experience.
B&K Precision this month launched a new line of dual-channel arbitrary waveform generators capable of generating waveforms up to 50 MHz.
Devon IT is shipping a new $99 thin client this month that plugs into a display's HDMI port and provides cloud-based desktop functionality for Citrix, RDP, and VMware environments.
North Carolina State University has announced plans to automate mobile device registration and provide secure onboarding of devices connecting to its wireless network.
This fall, students housed in a new freshman residence by the University of Texas at Austin will connect to the Internet at speeds about 115 times as fast as the average home connection in the United States. Each user in each room in the Callaway House will be provided with a gigabit Internet amenity service, covered as part of the students' rent.
By creating a "problem manager" position, Wake Forest University has streamlined the way it addresses tech issues on campus.
Sony and Panasonic have signed a basic agreement to jointly develop a next-generation optical disc for professional use. The companies' goal is to develop an optical disc with a recording capacity of at least 300 GB by the end of 2015.
IT leaders are in danger of becoming mired in irrelevancy, according to Lev Gonick, former vice president for information technology services and chief information officer at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio. In order to avoid that fate, he told attendees at the annual Campus Technology conference in Boston Tuesday, IT leaders need to embrace "creative destruction."
As the Campus Technology conference celebrates its 20th anniversary, we take a moment to reflect on the ed tech trends of the past two decades--and the prescient wisdom of some of our speakers.