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  • Moving Toward 'Wireless 2.0'

    Intent on expanding its campus wireless Internet offerings to more users while also upgrading those offerings, Pennsylvania State University has launched a WiFi initiative that will expand access to visitors, simplify authentication, and remove the burden of upgrading infrastructure whenever additional bandwidth is needed. More

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  • Oxford U Loads PHD Software for VMware Protection

    Oxford University has gone public with its implementation of esXpress from PHD Virtual Technologies to provide backup and recovery for its VMware environment. The university's Network Systems Management Services (NSMS) group uses the software to protect a VMware virtualization environment that includes 14 ESX servers and a single-site ESX cluster with 10 blades.More
  • Purdue Signs Oxygen Education for Online Development Work

    Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN has signed Oxygen Education to help it develop online components for the university's Technical Assistance Program (TAP) Green Enterprise Development Program. Purdue's program provides energy-related classroom-based and online instruction for workforce training.More
  • Sitting Bull College and Virginia Union U Implement Jenzabar Apps

    Sitting Bull College in Fort Yates, ND and Virginia Union University in Decatur, GA have both adopted the Jenzabar EX enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.More
  • CollegeNET Releases Web-Based Change/Configuration Tool

    CollegeNET has released IT Impact, a Web-based change and configuration management tool for higher education that adheres to Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) standards. More
  • Oracle Launches Higher Ed Constituent Hub

    Oracle has launched a constituent management application intended to let institutions create a comprehensive view of applicants, students, alumni, faculty, donors, and staff.More
  • Windows XP Mode Released to OEMs

    Microsoft announced that the final version of Windows XP Mode was released to PC manufacturers Thursday.More