Software & Systems


Apple Launches 7.9-Inch iPad mini, 4th-Gen iPad

Apple today unveiled the iPad mini, a 7.9-inch tablet built around a dual-core A5 chip and offering dual-band 802.11n wireless networking. The company also launched the fourth-generation iPad, as well as new models in its MacBook and iMac product lines.

13-Inch MacBook Pro Gets 227 PPI Retina Display

Apple has released a new version of its 13.3-inch MacBook Pro notebook, offering a high-resolution Retina display with a pixel density of 227 pixels per inch (for about 4.1 million total pixels).



Convincing a Campus to Go Paperless

Texas A&M offers three tips that will help ensure a smooth transition to a paperless workflow.

Belgian College Adopts Microsoft Office 365 for Ed

A career college with three locations in Brussels has gone public with its deployment of Microsoft's Office 365 for Education.

Arizona Community Colleges To Implement Career Planning System

A consortium of Arizona community colleges is deploying a Web-based career planning system to help students with planning for careers and future education.

Solaris 11.1 Enhances Cloud Infrastructure, Adds 300 Features

Oracle has released a new version of its, Solaris. Oracle Solaris 11.1 features more than 300 new features and upgrades, including improved performance, availability, and throughput for Oracle databases; new cloud infrastructure features; and improved availability for enterprise applications.

FIU, CareCloud Partner to Provide E-Health Record Software Access to Master's Students

Master's students at a Florida university are now able to get hands-on experience using electronic health record software due to a recent partnership between the school and a health-care software company.

Brother Intros Scan-to-Cloud Desktop Scanner

Brother has introduced the ImageCenter ADS-2500W, a standalone desktop scanner with wireless scanning and scan-to-cloud capabilities.

Parallels Desktop for Mac Rolls Out New Version for Mountain Lion and Windows 8

Parallels has launched a new version of its software for running Windows and Mac applications side-by-side on a Mac computer, without rebooting.

UC Berkeley Adopts Financial Engineering Software

University of California, Berkeley has adopted software for use by its financial engineering students to gain hands-on experience with marketing models, pricing, and managing complex derivatives.

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