Four higher ed IT leaders discuss the "bring your own everything" phenomenon, its impact on teaching and learning, and its challenges and opportunities.
Apple today began pulling apps out of its iOS and Mac app stores that display a Confederate flag. Educational apps, it seems, aren't immune from the broad ban — at least some of them.
The cases cushion iPad Air and iPad Air 2 tablets with two materials molded into one layer for drop protection, and come with a screen protector and integrated stand.
With sales of 13.5 million units this year, two-in-one detachable and convertible ultramobiles have shown 77 percent year-on-year growth.
The 7,800-student Seattle University is experimenting this summer with a Bluetooth-enabled panic button in an effort to enhance the safety of its students.
The Brightspace Pulse app can deliver course information to students in real time, freeing teachers from the responsibility of "reminding" instead of teaching.
IQ Onsite has launched a new app, Campus Ping, designed to improve response times in campus security situations.
Wearables have seen their eighth consecutive quarter of growth, with first quarter shipments of 11.4 million.
With Reflector Director, educators can step away from their computers and control what's shown from an Apple iPad or iPhone.
Houston Community College, already among the fastest schools in Internet speed, still must work to keep up with ever-increasing student expectations.