In this webinar, several examples of how the Savannah College of Art and Design has benefitted from their use of 3D printing will be discussed. To name a few, students have worked to create custom fishing lures, a proprietary clip for a custom bag line, as well as detailed parts for the Fossil watch company.
Sponsored By Stratasys
Mobile devices and apps that consume high bandwidth are becoming the norm. Your network needs to be able to support increased traffic. What can you do to get your network ready? Join this webcast to hear how one school district prepared for the future.
Sponsored By IBM
Today’s mobile friendly, always connected student body expects 24x7 access to their computer labs, courseware and IT support. Universities who want to remain competitive need to put education within easy reach of more students with online learning platforms that let them learn when, where and how they want. But there’s a problem. Higher ed IT departments aren’t always designed, staffed or funded to handle the extremely complex and ever-changing IT infrastructure this on-demand world requires.
Sponsored By VMware
Please join University of Arizona Information Security Officer, Christian Schreiber and FireEye’s Vice President of Strategic Solutions, Grady Summers, to learn how FireEye technology, expertise and intelligence can protect your organization from the threats of today's persistent cyber criminals.
Sponsored By FireEye and Carahsoft
In late June 2014, Virginia Tech University Libraries purchased TeamDynamix—and on July 15th they went live. How did they do it? Presenter John Borwick, University Libraries IT Services Director, will show us the school's swift (yet attentive) implementation. See how they used a philosophy of iterative improvement for the implementation and subsequent updates.
Sponsored By TeamDynamix
In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from Beth Ann Bergsmark, Associate VP and Chief Enterprise Architect at Georgetown University. Georgetown University has a 225 year history of fostering an environment that supports ongoing innovation, open dialogue and intellectual inquiry in their teaching, learning and research. 2 years ago, they kicked off a five-year technology transformation strategy by moving their 20,000 students, staff and faculty members to Google Apps.
Sponsored By Google
To support establishing itself as a top research university, Georgia State University wanted to start implementing transparent grant management and reporting processes. In order to do so, the University’s technology team created a portal using SharePoint Online for their research administration processes. Join this informative case study webcast to learn more about the benefits Georgia State University has seen since implementing their online portal in February 2014.
Sponsored By Microsoft