Campus Technology January 2010

January 2010

Cover Story

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Business Continuity in Flu Season

Three savvy universities are leveraging technology to inoculate their campus operations against potential pandemic.

Just What the Doctor Ordered

By Dian Schaffhauser


The Road Ahead

Three higher ed IT leaders weigh in on what it means to be 'chief information officer' now and in the future.

The Road Ahead

By Mary Grush


Damage Control

Cyberattacks on handheld devices are a matter of when, not if, say campus IT pros. Their advice: Focus on minimizing loss and containing the damage.

Damage Control

By Rama Ramaswami

End the Paper(less) Chase

Moving to outsourced document-imaging services can improve efficiencies and make digital document management more secure.

End the Paper(less) Chase

By Sara Stroud

Your 5-Step Malware-Analysis Toolkit

Examining the capabilities of malicious software allows your IT team to better assess the nature of a security incident, and may help prevent further infections. Here's how to set up a controlled malware-analysis lab—for free.

Your 5-Step Malware-Analysis Toolkit

By Lenny Zeltser


Students will participate in campus emergency notification systems-- you just need to make it mandatory.

Let Me Do It!

By Geoffrey H. Fletcher

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