Maryville University in St. Louis County, MO has consolidated its storage from multiple data centers and multiple campuses to a cloud-based service. The move saved the university approximately $125,000 in infrastructure costs and 20 to 30 hours per month in IT staff time.
Although data migration was a headache for Prince George's Community College, users are pleased with their new cloud-based e-mail system.
Cloud computing and classroom management software developer Stoneware has launched a new version of its webRDP HTML5 Gateway that allows end users to access remote Windows computers without a client.
The University of Texas at San Antonio has implemented an advanced academic research software platform based on OpenStack technologies.
Microsoft wants to stop giving Amazon headway in the cloud race. The Redmond company announced live production of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, first previewed starting in June 2012.
Red Hat has elevated its Red Hat OpenStack distribution from a preview version to an Early Adopter Program.
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.
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.
After migrating its entire campus to Google Mail, Santa Clara University shares its experience and offers advice to schools considering a similar move.
For schools taking their first steps into the cloud, the admissions department may be the perfect place to start. Here's why.