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Cloud Computing & SaaS


U Michigan Broadening Use of Dropbox

The University of Michigan is replacing its current cloud-based file storage, Box.

What to Do When Hands-on Learning Is Essential

The University of St. Augustine faces a problem unique to programs delivering healthcare training — how to help students prepare for clinical careers.

Campus Management, Campus Labs, iModules Merge to Form New Company

Education technology companies Campus Management, Campus Labs and iModules are combining to form a new company, dubbed Anthology.

Plotting a Pathway to the Cloud Through User Engagement

CRM implementations are never easy; but choosing one that's cloud-based brings its own unique challenges.

AWS Extends Cloud Ambassador Program to Students

Amazon Web Services has expanded its AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program to provide professional development resources and opportunities not just for educators, but also for students.



U Penn Takes Communications to the Cloud

The University of Pennsylvania is upgrading communications across all departments with a cloud communications solution from Vonage.

Is Your ERP Platform Burning?

As legacy ERP solutions begin to show their age, the difference between "cloud-enabled" and "cloud-native" software is becoming a flash point for many higher education institutions.

AWS Cloud Computing Degree to Go Statewide in TX

A new associate degree in cloud computing developed by the Dallas County Community College District Office and Amazon Web Services will be offered at every Texas community college and technical school in spring 2020.

Internet2 and E&I to Collaborate on Cloud Services Contracts

Internet2 and E&I Cooperative Services have announced a pilot project aimed at providing U.S. higher education institutions with competitively solicited contracts for cloud services.

AWS Launches Bay Area Consortium for Cloud Computing Ed

AWS is working with a group of California community colleges and state universities to develop a multi-course curriculum that will give those institutions a framework to develop courses focused on cloud computing.