Microsoft may have lost its mojo as far as Vanity Fair is concerned, but Seton Hall University still wants the goods. The New Jersey institution with 10,000 students has decided that this year it will hand out Samsung tablets and notebooks running Windows 8 to incoming freshmen for its Mobile Computing initiative.
Apple revealed that it sold more than twice as many iPads as Macs to educational institutions in the United States in its latest quarter while also experiencing record sales of Macs during the period.
Quincy University has begun offering students at its Illinois campus an option to subscribe to a security service that will listen in on their interactions and track their location in case help is needed.
Keeping your data resources safe and network secure in a bring-your-own-device environment on campus requires applying pressure where it will have the biggest impact.
Fujitsu has expanded its mobile portfolio with two new Windows 8-ready tablets: the Stylistic Q702 and the Lifebook T902.
Desire2Learn has released updates to three of its mobile solutions: Desire2Learn Campus Life, Capture, and Assignment Grader. The updates were announced the this week at FUSION 2012, the company's ninth annual users' conference.
A start-up formed by two long-time cyber-security industry executives has gone into beta with two new products, including a new security tool that prevents mobile data loss.
ExamSoft, which offers a Web-based service for secure exam administration, will be launching a mobile application for offline test-taking on iPads later this year.
At the Campus Technology 2012 conference, happening this week in Boston, Enterasys is demonstrating its BYOD solutions designed for education, including the recently launched Mobile IAM.
The University of San Diego is offering educators and administrators the first accredited certificate in mobile technology tools, teaching, and metrics.