This week's Campus Technology 2016 conference offered a wealth of ideas, conversations and commentary. Here are five takeaways.
Columbus State University in Georgia has selected a new online service management platform to provide its faculty and staff with desktop and mobile access to services.
A collaborative team led by the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UC San Diego has received a five-year, $15 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the Science Gateways Community Institute, a multi-institutional consortium that aims to increase the capabilities, number and sustainability of science gateways.
The University of Maryland (UMD) and the United States Army Research Laboratory (ARL) have partnered to connect the ARL's supercomputer, nicknamed "Harold," to the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads at UMD in order to provide the higher education and research communities in that region with access to high-performance computing resources.
Northern Arizona University has implemented a software-defined storage appliance to support large research data sets, such as genome maps, Landsat images and complex chemistry data sets.
Michigan's Oakland University is in the throes of its third major wireless network rollout in 10 years. Here's how the institution is tackling user demand, the Internet of Things, signal management and more.
Gleaned from this year's Campus Technology Innovators award nominations, these 8 projects are making strides in mobile learning, virtual reality, synchronous online learning, digital literacy and more.
The new system, Riffle, uses several existing encryption techniques to provide anonymity for users.
Education consultancy NobleStream has added a new education technology partner to the roster of companies it works with in deploying solutions for its clients.
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