The university takes fans to greater heights with a new Cisco network, StadiumVision, Stadium Connect Wi-Fi and sound system.
Mind the Gaps
Along with anti-virus programs and spyware blockers, system hardening is also necessary to keep computers secure.
As the cost to install and support enabling technologies continues to fall, VR-based instruction could soon become the norm in higher education.
High (Tech) Fashion
As wearables hit the mainstream, campuses discover more than one way to tap the devices’ potential.
Review: Acronis Backup for PC
The latest version of Acronis’s backup software eases recovery while offering a host of customizable features to fit any environment.
Review: Acer S1385WHne DLP Projector
Display 3D and high-definition content in almost any higher ed classroom setting, connecting from almost any mobile device.
Dueling for User Desks
Learn how desktops as a service and virtual desktop infrastructure compare and where they fit best.
Open Exchange of Ideas
A strategic plan for network upgrades help universities meet the growing demands of mobile natives.
Higher education responds to calls to provide more real-world training and experience with high-tech tools that also boost campuses’ cool factor.
Colleges virtualize infrastructure to maximize computing power and minimize power and cooling costs.
Rethink Living and Learning Spaces
Don’t call them dorms — 21st century residence halls offer flexible spaces where students can connect and collaborate using high-tech tools.
Enhance Student Experience
The latest issue of EdTech focuses on how universities are using technology to bring the real world into classroom.
Teaching Future Innovators
Training a tech-savvy workforce requires institutions to rethink classroom-based instruction.