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Campus Management Expands CampusNet Cloud

Campus Management has expanded its CampusNet Cloud service to include a new enterprise-level offering, so educational institutions can use the service for learning management systems, financial applications and other applications, as well as Campus Management applications.

CampusNet Cloud is a service from Campus Management that hosts and manages software for higher education from an enterprise data center. According to the company, the service can be deployed rapidly and customized as needed, and it offers maximum availability, security and scalability. Other Campus Management applications include CampusVue Student, Talisma CRM, CampusVue Portal, CampusVue Forms Builder, CampusVue Performance Analytics, Talisma Fundraising, CampusVue Finance and CampusVue HR & Payroll. With the expansion of CampusNet Cloud, universities and colleges can use Campus Management's cloud infrastructure to move their third-party applications into the CampusNet Cloud managed environment.

"With Campus Management's new enterprise-level offering, we are enabling institutions to quickly migrate their infrastructure to the cloud and benefit from having its applications — i.e. student information system, CRM, etc. — managed simultaneously," said Connor Gray, chief strategy officer of Campus Management, in a prepared statement.

Key features of the expanded CampusNet Cloud include:

  • Secure multi-tenant environment;
  • Integration with SQL Server and Active Directory through a private network;
  • Support for third-party application deployment alongside the Campus Management portfolio;
  • Ability to add servers, storage and processing power to the private cloud;
  • Administrator access to hosted servers; and
  • Ability to customize and integrate as needed.

Further information about CampusNet Cloud can be found on Campus Management's site.

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Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at leilameyer@gmail.com.

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