Information Technology


Bentley U Overcomes ERP Problems with Network Appliance

A Massachusetts university has gone public with its deployment of an application for analyzing network activities.

CT Behind the Scenes

We've been working on new online features and more to provide the information and resources you crave.

Wasp Rolls Out Two IT Asset Tracking Solutions

Wasp Barcode Technologies today announced MobileAsset v7 and MobileAsset.EDU, two fixed-asset tracking solutions that allow IT departments and education institutions to manage items such as software, furniture, media equipment, and more.

Vivantech Launches Cloud Platform for Kuali-Based Software

Vivantech, a provider of open source software consulting and development for higher education, has launched the first two modules of Ekualiti, a cloud platform for Vivantech's Kuali-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.

Small School Adopts ERP To Replace Homegrown System

A Pennsylvania university has adopted a new enterprise resource planning suite to replace a collection of home-grown programs.

The New CIO: Bob DeWitt

5 higher ed chief information officers discuss their changing role on campus.

Indiana U Extends Central Authentication Service

The Central Authentication Service at Indiana University now includes new identity and access management (IAM) features such as two-factor authentication, password policy management and federated identity.

U Tulsa Implements Campus-Wide Enterprise WLAN

The University of Tulsa has upgraded to an enterprise-class wireless local area network, which will provide ubiquitous wireless coverage across two campuses and other distributed buildings.

Tablet Competition Heats Up: Samsung, Apple Vie for Top Spot

Apple and Samsung accounted for a full 71 percent of tablets shipped in the first quarter of 2014. Apple remained in the top spot for the quarter, though Android as a whole accounted for slightly more than half of all new tablets shipped through March, according to early results.

Stanford Opens New Energy-Efficient Research Computing Center

Stanford University has opened the Stanford Research Computing Center to serve the computational needs of researchers through an energy-efficient shared facility.