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New Room Management and Control System Connects Collaboration Tools

Next week at InfoComm 2017, Aveo Systems is introducing two tools — Mira Connect and Mira Portal — designed to make it easy to use collaboration products and rooms.

NJ City U Tests Use of HBX CORe to Prep Grad Students for Business

A New Jersey university has signed on with Harvard's HBX to prepare incoming graduate students without a business background to be ready to start their graduate studies in business.

Survey: IoT Overtakes Mobile as Security Threat

This year, the Internet of Things surpassed mobile as a potential avenue of cyber attack, according to a report from ISACA, a nonprofit association focused on knowledge and practices for information systems.



Handshake Recruitment Platform Doubles University Partnerships, Reaches 6 Million Students

Handshake, an online career network, Monday revealed that the company has more than doubled its college and university partnerships from about 170 institutions last year to more than 350 current partners.

Ed Tech Companies Miss the Boat on Solving College Problems

Only one in seven education "insiders" (15 percent) believe that higher education tech companies are "solving the right problems."

Unizin Licenses Analytics Tech for Members

Unizin's consortium of universities will gain access to customized versions of LoudSight, a predictive analytics solution from Barnes & Noble Education LoudCloud that focuses on helping identify at-risk students.

APLU Urges Campuses to Consider Use of Body-Worn Cameras

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) Thursday issued a policy brief advocating for the use of body-worn cameras (BWCs) for campus police departments. The report outlines the benefits, considerations and best practices for BWCs for campus leaders.

Hobsons Intersect Connects High School Counselors with College Admissions

Ed tech company Hobsons has introduced new functionality into Naviance, a K-12 college and career "readiness" program that helps counselors match up student strengths and interests with their post-secondary goals. "Intersect," as the new feature is named, allows college admissions offices to publish information about their institutions to the high school users of Naviance and connect through a new "counselor community."

UC San Diego Undergrads to Create VR, AR Content in New Lab

The University of California, San Diego last month opened the doors to its Virtual Reality (VR) Lab, a facility for undergraduate students to create content for virtual environments.

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