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Learning environments in the digital age are higher touch and higher feel than at any time before. Printed posters on the wall have been replaced by digital signage and pull-down projector screens in auditoriums. Classrooms have given way to high-definition touch displays and video walls.
Sponsored By AVI-SPL
Ever wonder how the IT departments of other colleges or universities implement, develop and manage their ticketing systems? Get an intimate view into Manhattan College’s IT department with presenter Richard Musal, Senior Assistant Director of Client Services and Operations, to hear their story.
Sponsored By TeamDynamix
There is no question that the cloud has found its place in today's campus computing environment. More and more colleges and universities are looking to the cloud as a way to better manage their infrastructure and improve delivery of IT services and applications to their students, faculty and staff.
For many students, faculty, and teachers who need to work, study, make calls, collaborate, or simply access the Internet from their tablets, smartphones or laptops, there is just not enough Wi-Fi. Attend this webcast and receive an inside look at Cedarville University's migration from a traditional wireless network designed to provide basic coverage to an 802.11ac network thoughtfully considered to support an entirely mobile student and faculty and their ever increasing demands for more bandwidth.
Sponsored By Meru Networks
Supporting an IT infrastructure for educational environments is difficult enough. But sometimes the data protection challenges are among the most difficult to address. Join this webinar to see how educational environments address these matters and are properly protected on a limited budget.
Sponsored By Veeam Software Corporation
Is your school keeping up with technology trends? Will your broadcast/journalism and communication students graduate with the technical and creative skills they need to succeed in this fast evolving market? More and more recent graduates are getting jobs as backpack journalists. It’s a sign of the new reality in television newsrooms. Join us to for an educational webcast to examine this new reality in journalism.
Sponsored By Sony
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