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.
Network security provider OpenDNS has launched OpenDNS Enterprise Insights, a new service that expands on the existing OpenDNS Enterprise service to include visibility and control through Microsoft Active Directory.
Officials at USC notify students and staff of a security breach following a hacking incident that affected the credit card system used at four campus dining facilities.
Stanford developed its own solution for mobile device management (MDM) specifically for the higher education environment.
UW has created tools that both automate data warehouse access provisioning and turn over the decision-making from IT to the data custodians themselves.
Technology company Philips has launched a set of LCD displays that adhere to the Open Pluggable Specification, useful in digital signage.
A cloud storage company has released a version of its product specifically designed for colleges and universities.
Communications technology company Motorola Solutions has unveiled two new entrants--the XPR 7550 and XPR 3500--in its Mototrbo (pronounced "moto-turbo") two-way digital radio portfolio.
Sure, voice over IP can save your schools money; but don't neglect the security aspects in your rush to get it running.
If you think it's a hassle to change your password regularly or take other measures to protect the personal data within your realm, consider the alternative.