Aruba Networks has introduced Aruba Mobility Academy, a mobility-specific higher education program designed to provide IT students with the fundamentals required to build, maintain and advance wireless LAN networks.
FileWave has released version 8.0 of its mobile device management software. New features include Android support, the addition of inventory-based smart groups, VPP managed distribution for Mac with multiple sToken support, parameterized profiles for Mac and advanced license management.
Mobile platform provider Campus Quad has launched Campus Quad Engage, a student engagement analytics dashboard for higher education.
Northwest Missouri State University has replaced its legacy wireless network with new technology to support online testing and the rapid increase of online devices on campus.
Two researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are exploring how touch devices, such as Apple's iPad, can be used in data analysis and visualization.
Modo Labs has updated its mobile communications platform, Kurogo Mobile Campus, with a new admin console.
The number of wearable computing devices sold in the United States will triple in 2014, according to a new forecast from market research firm International Data Corporation, to top 19 million shipments.
Community colleges are leveraging systemwide resources to better serve their students with mobile apps.
Blackboard and LiveSafe are partnering to bring LiveSafe's mobile safety technology to more schools and students across the country.
Purdue University researchers are figuring out a way to make smartphones smarter. The goal is to enable the devices to "understand" and identify and tag objects that appear in a camera's field of view.