With the growing demand on the networks at higher-ed institutions, IT administrators need to find a way to properly allocate bandwidth capacity to the applications that are most important, while controlling user activity—such as social media, gaming, video and other internet traffic—to prevent the network from risk.
Sponsored By Exinda
With a mix of staff and faculty often traveling for research, recruiting, and sporting events, Loyola Marymount University (LMU) had difficulty locating computers and other IT devices. Even worse, they had no record of the hardware and software details for each device. But when computer theft began to occur, LMU knew that they needed to make some changes. After researching options, LMU selected Absolute Manage and Absolute Computrace to manage and secure 4,000 PC, Mac, and iOS devices.
Sponsored By Absolute Software
Data is everywhere: student records in a database, survey data from an end–of–course evaluation or social media data on the university's Facebook page. Despite a plethora of data however, higher education institutions are operating with blind spots, unable to gain the deep insight necessary to predict which students are at risk of leaving or where to focus their recruitment efforts. By increasing their institution's Analytics Quotient (AQ) with IBM SPSS predictive analytics, higher education administrators can employ data–driven strategies to act smarter: improving student retention, better targeting recruitment efforts and increasing operational efficiency, for example.
Sponsored By IBM
University of Ottawa (uOttawa) has gone beyond the traditional use of Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) software for recruiting and admissions. With more than 40,000 students, the institution has expanded the technology to an enterprise–wide vision of service throughout the student lifecycle, to keep students progressing toward graduation. Today, uOttawa continues to expand its use of its CRM for proactive e–advising, on-demand services, housing, and highly targeted and measurable campaigns.
Sponsored By Campus Management
Your budgets are shrinking. Students are coming to campus with more than one mobile device. And, learners are driving change in how they are taught – including greater use of video and collaboration tools. Is your network infrastructure ready to support the demand of the academic mission?
Sponsored By Alcatel-Lucent
In today's environment of tight budgets, constrained resources and rapid change, project and portfolio management processes and tools are more valuable than ever to university leadership. This webinar will share how the Division of Information Services at Kent State University was able to leverage higher education-specific processes and tools to effectively manage the project portfolio and the resources necessary to support it. We'll also build upon traditional portfolio management and explore how the emerging trend towards integrating project portfolio management with change and service desk management is benefiting higher education IT.
Sponsored By TeamDynamix
Campuses that are wired for video will be the catalysts for making knowledge transfer prolific. Learn how leading institutions have already harnessed this power and the unique features of the technology solution they use to make it happen.
Sponsored By Mediasite by Sonic Foundry
The University of West Alabama and Frontier Nursing University have made a substantial commitment and investment in technology that has allowed them to grow their distance learning offerings. As a result, they have seen a reduction in online cheating, improved customer satisfaction and ultimately are assured that their institution’s academic integrity is preserved. But having the right technology solution to enable easy, reliable and secure, remote testing is only the first step – having the right strategy in place is critical to ensuring success.
Sponsored By Software Secure