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Upcoming

Next-generation data availability strategies for educational environments

With both faculty and students using many platforms and devices to access information, school districts, colleges and universities all face data availability issues on a daily basis. In this webcast, Veeam® experts will show you how the latest technology advancements allow educational environments to keep ALL institutional data safe and provide Availability for the Modern Data Center™.

Date: 07/07/15

Time: 11:00 AM PT


Information ROI: How UMass Gets Value from its Data

How UMass gets value from its data: Most IT organizations struggle to quantify and evaluate the work they do. This session will focus on three areas where they find value in the information they collect on projects that help them address this problem.

Date: 07/14/15

Time: 11:00 AM PT


How should I deploy ITIL? Look to ITIL!

Miami University chose a very different path for its ITSM process reboot, designing, building, and deploying by following the ITIL lifecycle. Please join us to hear how to start down this path at your institution. Miami used this method to redeploy Incident, Request Fulfillment, Service Catalogue, Change, and SACM.

Date: 07/29/15

Time: 11:00 AM PT


On Demand

Inside Brown University’s Successful Google Apps Rollout

In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from Geoff Greene, IT Director of Services, who led the project to implement Google Apps for all faculty and staff at Brown. Brown first had its undergraduate student body go Google in 2009 and in 2010-11 the faculty, staff, grad and med students all went Google.


Internet of Things: solving education challenges and improving student success

The rapid evolution of technology is changing the way we learn, work and study. The internet of things (IoT) continues to grow, helping improve teaching methodologies and student outcomes. This webcast discusses how technology will change education and how you can plan for IoT.


Enhance Your College Classroom with 3D Printing

Dunwoody College has taken great strides to enhance its educational use of 3D printing. Key partnerships with Stratasys have allowed Dunwoody to include additive manufacturing right into their curriculum with numerous student projects. Students are learning real world skills and working on exciting projects, like designing, printing and building a weed wacker assembly, and a homemade golf putter. With three Fortus 400mc 3D printers, Dunwoody is giving students the advanced tools to learn in ground-breaking ways.


Top 10 Data Protection Challenges for Educational Environments

Supporting an IT infrastructure for educational environments is difficult enough. But sometimes the data protection challenges are among the most difficult to address. Watch this webcast to learn how educational environments address these matters and are properly protected on a limited budget.




Clickers Go Mobile

Explore REEF Polling by i>clicker, a mobile-optimized engagement system that can be set up in under two minutes and allows students to respond with any smart device. REEF Polling also works alongside i>clicker’s market leading remotes.