Moving to the cloud can help schools boost collaboration among students, faculty, and staff--while still cutting costs. CT looks at 3 cloud-based tools that can make a difference.
After migrating its entire campus to Google Mail, Santa Clara University shares its experience and offers advice to schools considering a similar move.
Known primarily for its success as a recommendation engine, Sherpa is actually South Orange County Community College District's "sandbox" of integrated software systems that provides many new tools for student success.
For schools taking their first steps into the cloud, the admissions department may be the perfect place to start. Here's why.
Citing concerns over phishing attacks, University of Oxford's network security team recently took the unusual measure of blocking Google Docs campuswide. The team has since restored access to the service and apologized to end users for the disruption.
Cloud computing in colleges and universities is growing and is expected to consume up to a third of the IT budget within the next four years.
Small schools with limited IT resources are discovering that cloud-based services can give them a competitive edge.
For any institution looking to shift ERP systems to the cloud, big savings can be achieved--but only if the school has properly prepped before negotiations begin. These 3 steps can help.
Santa Barbara Business College has moved its learning management system to a private-cloud-as-a-service to gain more control over feature implementation and customization.
According to research firm Gartner, several converging forces will influence IT in the coming year.