King's University, based in Van Nuys, CA, has migrated to a Web-based academic enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to replace its existing on-premises system.
A company that sells multiple products for managing the IT infrastructure has announced the addition of a project management component to its main service desk offering.
A company that offers a cloud platform has teamed up with another that distributes a version of Apache Hadoop to enable customers to expedite their cloud implementations of Hadoop clusters.
The new Stanford Research Computing Facility, which is slated to open late next year, will feature nearly three megawatts of uninterruptible power supply systems.
To better answer questions from prospective and current students, Thomas Edison State College has linked its FAQ knowledgebase to its Facebook page.
Timothy Chester has been named vice president for information technology at the University of Georgia, becoming the first person to hold the title.
Alloy Software has released a new version of its IT service and asset management suite, Alloy Navigator 6.5 Enterprise.
The College of Marin in California has deployed new asset management software across all of its labs and classrooms in an effort to reduce expenses without negatively affecting students or faculty.
Spalding University has virtualized its storage infrastructure to support 22 TB of data.
Internet2, an advanced networking consortium of higher education and research organizations, has named its first "Presidential Fellow," whose job it will be to bring community members together to solve the challenges of moving to innovative technologies.