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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.

Oracle Debuts CS Education Resources to Build Workforce Skills

The Oracle Academy Cloud Program will give students, schools and higher education institutions access to workshops, product discounts and other resources focused on computer science.

University of San Francisco Moves Student Data to the Cloud

The University of San Francisco is in the process of moving its student information system to the Ellucian Banner cloud.



NOVA Program Taps AWS to Train Marines in Data Intelligence

Northern Virginia Community College is working with the U.S. Marine Corps and Amazon Web Services to develop a set of courses focused on data intelligence.

AWS Educate Adds New Badges

Amazon Web Services is releasing three new badges focused on robotics, augmented reality and machine learning.

George Mason Partners with AWS for Cloud Computing Degree

A new cloud computing degree program will enable students from Northern Virginia Community College to extend their learning opportunities beyond an associate degree to a bachelor's degree at George Mason University.

Cal Poly Launches Satellite Data Initiative

Cal Poly is working with Amazon Web Services to harness data from Low Earth Orbit satellites through the Satellite Data Solutions Initiative.

Worldwide IT Spending Ticks Up

Global spending on IT is expected to increase 1.1 percent this year compared to 2018, reaching a total of $3.79 trillion, according to a recent forecast from research firm Gartner.

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