Tag Archives: campus IT

Smooth Operations

Application performance and availability in educational environments. GUEST COLUMN | by Atchison Frazer Educational institutions face many demanding fiscal challenges when it comes to delivering critical application services for the smooth running of operations. For those people within the institutions … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi Rules

Wireless networks are the new education superhighway. GUEST COLUMN | by Robert Fenstermacher The classroom is the ultimate litmus test for the practical application of technology. To keep up with an über tech-fluent student population, school administrators and CIOs must … Continue reading

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Out with the Old

Lessons learned from Stony Brook University’s recent deployment of 802.11ac. GUEST COLUMN | by Nick Batson In 2009, when Stony Brook University first installed Wi-Fi in buildings on campus, it purchased the most up-to-date hardware that provided the best connection … Continue reading

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Monitoring IT All

A systems engineer shares his perspective on keeping track of college IT. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero  Damian Solodow has been with Harrison College for over five years. A systems engineer, he came in at a time when the IT … Continue reading

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A Working Combination

Is open source virtualization right for you? GUEST COLUMN | by John Fulton Server virtualization is nothing new. It’s been 10 years since VMware was acquired by EMC and since the first free and open source x86 hypervisor, Xen, was … Continue reading

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