NYU Wireless, New York University's multidisciplinary academic research center for wireless networking theories and techniques, is building an advanced programmable platform to support the development of millimeter wave wireless communication, also known as 5G.
A company in the security segment has opened up a new academic program to provide training to students and faculty in colleges and universities in security incidence response.
Toshiba's security division has introduced a new bundle of services for schools that use its surveillance equipment.
Malware will grow. Attacks on Android and other mobile devices will continue. And payment platforms and the Internet of Things will become sources for new kinds of security vulnerabilities. These all surface as predictions from security vendor Panda Software for the new year.
Duke University, Clemson University, Auburn University at Montgomery, University of South Florida and Georgia Southern University have all partnered with Apogee to upgrade their video and residential networks.
These ideas and technologies are jolting the education segment from the outside in.
Utica College in New York has upgraded its wired and wireless network to improve the teaching and learning experience and improve network access and management at its main campus and three satellite locations.
A new flash storage system at Western Oregon University has increased the school's storage capacity and speed while reducing downtime.
While the topic of mobility technology dominated the Educause list of the most strategic technologies in 2015, this year's compilation for higher ed is quite diverse, covering mobile again alongside analytics, security, application management and delivery, service desk management, business performance and teaching and learning.
Four technology and innovation experts discuss the hottest trends in higher ed tech this year.