Telecommunications


Thunderbird Distance Learning Takes Orbit with Satellite Link

Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, AZ has completed deployment of a commercial satellite communications system that will provide distance learning for its students.

Cooper Notification Adds Desktop Popups to Alert Choices

Cooper Notification has launched Cooper Desktop Notification, which allows users to send real-time emergency alerts to computer desktops across the network. The new release is powered by the company's Roam Secure Alert Network emergency text and voice alerting system.

Southern Adventist U Deploys Mobile Phones in Student Housing

Southern Adventist University, a 2,500-student school in southern Tennessee, has deployed ADC's InterReach Fusion in-building cellular system to improve connectivity in student housing and enable the decommissioning of wired telephone service for students.

Unified Communications Adoption Gaining Momentum

Despite the largely weak economy, adoption of unified communications among higher education, government, and other organizations is continuing on track.

Putting Your Best Face Forward with Desktop Videoconferencing

At the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the California State University, Fresno, desktop videoconferencing is a key tool used in support of the institutional mission.



Nokia Mobile Devices Lock Onto GPS Security

Nokia and Securitas announced that they'll be cooperating on plans to enhance GPS-related security services in Nokia mobile devices, at least for the European market.

University Links Twitter, Facebook with Notification System

In a move that plenty of other institutions are sure to follow, Oregon's Pacific University has integrated its emergency notification system with the popular social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.

NetSupport Launches Notify 2.0 Alert Software

At the FETC 2009 conference happening in Orlando, FL this week, NetSupport debuted its new NetSupport Notify 2.0 desktop alert software.

The New Admissions Interview: Cam-to-Cam?

Wake Forest University now offers the option of admissions interviews via webcam.

This is the President's Office Calling....

Caller-ID spoofing is an easy hack that endangers institutional data through "social engineering." Are your faculty and staff aware of this threat?

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