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Application Monitoring for On-premises, Hybrid, and Multi-cloud Environments

Applications live everywhere within government and education organizations—on-premises, in the cloud (AWS®/GovCloud, Azure®, Google®, Cloud.gov), or in some combination of these. Yet, no matter where your applications live, they still need to be monitored for performance and optimization.


The Missing Piece of Higher Education IT Incident Resolution

Colleges and universities represent a gold-mine for hackers, with vast stores of personal information and expensive research along with a lack of control over thousands of devices accessing their network. And it isn’t just cyber-attacks. As schools are increasingly dependent on technology to collect applications, register students, plan lessons, conduct learning, administer tests, and grade assignments, ANY disruption to software or hardware systems can have a significant operational impact.


Automated account provisioning increases efficiency, frees up staff to maximize their talent

Willis ISD, located in Willis, TX, serves roughly 8,500 students and staff. The district facilitates 5 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 high school, and an alternative campus in one of the most rapidly growing US areas. Willis ISD first investigated Single Sign-On (SSO) solutions to manage digital textbooks and provide students and staff with individual accounts for greater security and accountability. Other apps were underutilized without a central access point for users and management control for IT staff and teachers. Download this informative asset to learn how they addressed these issues and experienced big improvements in resource management.


Preparing for Accreditation

Unemployment among youth from many countries around the world is rising, and there is a clear and significant shortage of workplace-ready skills to tackle the challenges of industry. Many see systematic skill development and global initiatives toward job creation as the solution to these problems.


Solutions for Engineering Curricula

Topics in engineering courses vary widely from elementary to the sophisticated and integrating project-based learning into each can be a monumental undertaking involving months of research, emails, and meetings. Simplify your proposal by preparing with National Instrument's recommended solutions for each class, comparing the benefits of each recommendation to make a fully informed decision.


The Power of Immersive Tools to Prepare Students for the Modern Workplace

Community institutions have always placed themselves on the front lines in the messy struggle of helping students prepare for the world of work. That goal is becoming a bigger challenge as the nature of work changes so dramatically. While plenty of community colleges are poised to help prepare students to join this "digital workforce," others will require investment to bring curriculum and technology up-to-date and encourage faculty to innovate their instructional practices. Campus Technology set out to understand where two-year colleges and vocational programs are positioned in their adoption of these new forms of technology. This article explores the highlights of that survey and offers guidance to two-year colleges for empowering students to learn by doing.


Looking Beyond the VR Headset

While two-year and small four-year colleges haven’t gravitated to VR or AR as quickly as the big universities, immersive technology is still making inroads for focused learning and workforce preparation. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared.


The State of (Virtual) Reality in College

While institutions identify numerous benefits of VR, AR, and industry-grade tools, only 32 percent have implemented these immersive technologies – and, 22 percent say that they are not planning on implementing them at all. This may be because 2-year and 4-year colleges face several challenges when attempting to put virtual and augmented reality into place, including a lack of funding, a lack of training, and/or a lack of space.