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  • There's no avoiding mobility; campuses must keep up or be left behind, IT leaders say.
  • Applications and uses continue to expand as IT departments help groups on campus identify ways to gain the most potential from the mobile explosion.
  • Participants include Dennis Cromwell of Indiana University, Joy Hatch of Virginia Community College System, Thomas Hoover of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Joanne Kossuth of Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and Kirk Moore of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

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