Liverpool John Moores University in the United Kingdom is deploying Mimosa Systems' NearPoint for archiving e-mail held in its Microsoft Exchange mail system, which has been in use there for a decade.
North Georgia College & State University in Dahlonega has selected Matrix42's Empirum version 12 for software and patch management.
Jenzabar has released both a new course management system and a new version of its software for managing non-traditional course programs.
Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR. has chosen Intelliworks' constituent relationship management application to expand its marketing and recruitment efforts. One of the first initiatives the college will work on with Intelliworks is increasing outreach to students who have been admitted but are not yet enrolled.
An organization's security has a lot to do with its e-mail system, a top security manager at Microsoft suggested.
Someone spilled hot COFEE, otherwise known as Microsoft's Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor.
SunGard Higher Education will be opening a digital campus test center at Dell's headquarters in Texas to help higher ed customers test out potential data center interoperability of Dell hardware and SunGard applications.
Microsoft announced the public release of Exchange 2010 this week. The announcement came in a keynote speech by Stephen Elop, president of the Microsoft Business Division, at the company's Tech-Ed Europe event in Berlin. Elop also described the rollout of Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server, an enterprise security tool.
Microsoft rolled out six security fixes in its November patch Tuesday.
Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN will be working with SunGard Higher Education to convert the institution's student success software into a packaged product. Signals, developed by Purdue, monitors students' behavior patterns and academic performance to determine if they're at risk of earning a low grade and allows faculty to intervene with suggestions on actions they can take to help students improve their grades.