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Bonus: Seizing the Opportunity for Digital Transformation: Asset

Back in November, Campus Technology hosted a virtual summit about innovation in IT: all of the ways higher education technology leaders have embraced agility and flexibility in challenging times. A highlight of the event was a panel discussion on digital transformation, and how the pandemic has accelerated digital efforts on campus. Here's that conversation.


Cutting Through Ed Tech Hype in Favor of Research-Driven Improvements: Asset

How will emerging technologies impact the future of education? While it’s easy to get caught up in the hype around trends such as the metaverse and artificial intelligence, true progress comes in slow, incremental improvements in using technology to inform teaching and learning, according to Neil Heffernan, professor of computer science and director of the Learning Sciences and Technologies Graduate Program at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Here, we talk about augmented reality, intelligent tutoring systems and the need for better research infrastructure in ed tech.


Digital Transformation in Higher Ed: What It Means and Where to Start: Asset

The digital transformation of higher ed has been going on for years, but the current pandemic has brought that process into laser focus – and accelerated digital efforts perhaps like nothing else could. Institutions are going through deep shifts in culture, workforce and technology, enabling new educational models, transforming operations, and even changing the whole value proposition of a higher education. Yet at the same time, digital transformation is so expansive it can be difficult to define, and even harder to manage. We spoke with Betsy Reinitz, director of enterprise and IT Programs at EDUCAUSE, about what digital transformation means, how to start a Dx journey, the biggest obstacles to Dx and more.


A Monograph on Cloud Computing


By Teresa Bozelli, Bozelli Enterprises

Education and Government Institutions face intense pressure for cost control and improvement of services

The Situation
Today is a time of crisis, chaos, and challenge. Our governments and educational institutions have not been spared in these tough economic times and are facing severe budget shortfalls today and likely for several years to come. The tax base has eroded and rainy day funds are depleted, thus a significant crisis for [read more...]

FAQ

What is cloud computing?

Very simply stated, cloud computing is the delivery of a service or a capability over the network. More specifically, cloud computing refers to IT resources and services that are abstracted from the underlying infrastructure and are provided "on demand" and "at scale" in a multitenant environment.

What are the benefits of cloud computing?

Cloud computing fundamentally changes the way IT services are delivered. Organizations can employ cloud computing to meet their IT requirements using a flexible, on demand, and rapidly scalable model that requires neither ownership on their part, nor provision of dedicated resources.

Are there security issues connected with cloud computing?

Traditional issues around data and resource access control, encryption, and incident detection are factors in cloud computing. The key take-away in cloud data center computing is that security should not be an afterthought or a building block; it should be pervasively implemented across all layers of architecture

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In this short video you’ll hear how Intel new processors and Cisco breakthrough innovations allow the company to deliver a complete portfolio ready to address virtually all the applications deployment needs.

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