A new study from ACUTA and ACUHO-I has found that "robust" WiFi on college and university campuses has nearly doubled in the last few years and that now nearly two-thirds of campuses are dedicating at least 1 Gbps to their residential networks, as access to quality WiFi has become another important factor in attracting and retaining students.
Brandman University is expanding its MyPath competency-based education program with a new Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (B.S.IT).
Blackboard has partnered with online transportation network Uber Technologies to let students pay for rides on their campus card account using the Uber app.
The University of Kansas has implemented streaming IPTV service for students, faculty and staff.
Two Alabama universities have turned to technology from Keeper Security and Duo Security to help users protect access to their computing devices and to help IT stay ahead of potential hacking attempts created by weak password usage.
The High Performance Research Computing center at Texas A&M University has been named to the Intel Parallel Computing Center program.
The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) has negotiated a master professional services contract with an IT consulting firm, with the goal of enabling all TAMUS members to reduce the operating costs of student information system services and improve support for audit and compliance functions.
A new consultative service from Campus Management offers to help colleges and universities better prepare for and utilize technology.
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At least somebody is trying to make the best of the on-going cyber-privacy debate at the University of California Berkeley. VeriFyle, a company with an encryption service, has invited anybody with a Berkeley.edu email address to sign up for a free account.