Information Technology

Gonzaga U Updates Service Management

Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA has replaced its outdated service desk software with a service management system that offers workflow automation and a self-service portal to help the university cope with the growing number of Internet of Things devices on the network.

Wake Technical Community College Adds Server, Storage and Virtualization Appliance

Wake Technical Community College in North Carolina has implemented an integrated server, storage and virtualization appliance in an effort to improve application performance.

Code42 Makes Endpoint Backup Available through Internet2 Net+

Code42 has released its Internet2 NET+ CrashPlan customized endpoint backup service, and it is now generally available through the Internet2 Net+ portfolio.

SDSC, Intel Partner on Parallel Computing Center

The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego and Intel have opened a second Intel Parallel Computing Center at the SDSC.

Developing Your IT Staff for a Service World

While technical expertise definitely has its place in higher education, increasingly IT departments need to sharpen other kinds of skills to succeed.

Northwestern U Updates File Transfer Tools

Northwestern University in Evanston, IL has implemented a new file transfer system to securely send files between the university and external vendors or agencies.

University of Central Florida Responds to Data Breach

The University of Central Florida is taking steps to remediate an intrusion into its computer network discovered in January. The breach exposed personal information, including Social Security numbers, of some current and former students and employees.

New WiFi Rollout Connects Students and Faculty at Evangel U

A need for robust, scalable, reliable wireless infrastructure led Missouri's Evangel University to embark on a WiFi revamp on campus.

Forecast: Strong Growth for Software-Defined Networking

The worldwide software-defined networking (SDN) market will reach $12.5 billon by 2020, according to a forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC).

Report: IT Purchasing Decisions Shifting From Tech Refresh Cycles to Business Goals

When it comes to IT purchasing decisions, three- to five-year technology refresh cycles have been losing steam over the past year or two. Instead, IT decision-makers have shifted their attention to ways technology can help organizations meet business goals, according to a new survey from IDG Research Services and Datalink.

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