Campus Technology is entering a new era in its 24-year history as a magazine serving the educational technology market. Beginning with its August issue, Campus Technology will become an entirely paper-free, digital publication. The July issue will be its last as a traditional print magazine.
Utah State wanted it all--both central systems for delivering shared services and the cooperation of departmental IT. Here's how it managed the challenge.More
Fujitsu has expanded its mobile portfolio with two new Windows 8-ready tablets: the Stylistic Q702 and the Lifebook T902.More
Mississippi State U centralizes its A/V production operations, thanks to its recently installed fiber optic network.More
A new SMS tool enables Westminster College to connect with prospective students.More
IT expenditures are on pace to exceed $3.6 trillion by the end of 2012, representing growth of 3 percent, according to a new forecast published this week.More
Network security provider OpenDNS has launched OpenDNS Enterprise Insights, a new service that expands on the existing OpenDNS Enterprise service to include visibility and control through Microsoft Active Directory.More
The University of Dayton is managing inbound applications, and streamlining its review process, with a new iPad app.
Researchers can apply for a free license of a Hadoop-based solution that enables them to analyze large, complex data sets and communicate their findings.
A new report finds that growing adoption of tablet PCs in key markets will drive tablet shipments past notebook shipments by 2016.More
The arrival of the "post-PC" era is leading users to turn to the cloud for their storage needs. In fact, by 2016, about a third of consumer digital content will be stored on cloud-based services.More
At InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, Marshall Electronics, maker of broadcast video equipment and professional microphones, announced a joint venture with StreamVu TV.More