C-Level View :: January 24, 2007

Executive View

Dialing Up the Future for iPhones on Campus
An interview with Jay Dominick, Wake Forest University

At Macworld in San Francisco earlier this month, Steve Jobs delivered a keynote unveiling Apple’s iPhone. Consumers can line up to get them this coming June. But what does the announcement mean to the higher education market? CT spoke with Wake Forest University Assistant Vice President and CIO Jay Dominick for some insights.


CT: How was the announcement of the iPhone received on your campus?

DOMINICK: I would say the iPhone is probably the biggest technology announcement in the past year. It has generated a phenomenal amount of interest, certainly all across our campus—I’ve received many e-mails from our faculty and from the technical staff saying, “Check this out! What do you think?” So it’s created a lot of energy and buzz....

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