News Update :: Tuesday, November 14, 2006


McGraw-Hill Pilots PrepCenter

McGraw-Hill yesterday unveiled PrepCenter, a new course management and preparation solution for instructors in higher education. The service, created in conjunction with Firstborn, is designed to allow instructors to browse and organize supplemental materials for McGraw-Hill Higher Education textbooks...

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Fujitsu Rolls Out Enhanced ScanSnap for Mac

Fujitsu Monday began shipping a new, enhanced version of its ScanSnap document scanner for Mac, the S500M. The new model succeeds the ScanSnap fi-5110EOXM, adding faster scanning speeds and other functional improvements...

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SIIA Issues Software Checklist for Educators

Last week the Software & Information Industry Association issued a new checklist for educators implementing software. The purpose of the checklist, according to the SIIA, is "to provide guidance to educational institutions that need to plan for and carry out the large-scale implementation of purchased software applications."...

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LivePerson Software Deployed in More Than 200 Colleges and Universities

LivePerson Inc. revealed yesterday that its live chat solutions are now being implemented or planned in more than 200 colleges and universities in the United States...

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Apple Bumps MacBooks to Core 2 Duo

Apple last week upgraded its entire line of consumer notebooks to Intel Core 2 Duo processors. This is the third round of upgrades to Apple's consumer and notebook lines, following iMac and MacBook Pro speed bumps, which had also been upgraded to Core 2 Duo processors...

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Contracts, Deals, Awards

Moto To Buy Good Technology

Motorola Friday announced it's signed a definitive agreement to acquire Good Technology. Good Tech, a privately held firm based in Santa Clara, Calif., is a developer of mobile computing software and a provider of mobile computing services. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed...

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eCollege Reports Record Revenues

Service provider eCollege has released its financial results for the third fiscal quarter, ended Sept. 30, 2006. The company reported record revenues for the quarter of $30.6 million, up from $26.4 million in Q3 2005...

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