Monthly Archives: July 2014

Trends | Education Industry Report

Education M&A deal value and volume is on the rise in 2014, according to a newly released Education Industry M&A trend report for half year 2014 by Berkery Noyes. Total transaction volume improved nine percent on a half year basis. Aggregate … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | ClassInteract

Watchitoo’s ClassInteract is among the first cloud-based online video collaboration platforms purpose-built to empower teachers to create engaging digital classrooms with real-time, face-to-face collaboration that caters to the different ways students think, discuss, and learn. It allows thousands of viewers to follow … Continue reading

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A Fortified Network

Queens College reveals their approach to network security. GUEST COLUMN | by Morris Altman With a faculty and staff of 5,000 and student population of nearly 20,000, we here at Queens College, a senior college of the City University of … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Learning Upgrade

A Common Core aligned curriculum that incorporates song, video and games, Learning Upgrade’s engaging, web-based lessons bring every student up to grade level in math and English for grades K-8. Teachers are integrating Learning Upgrade lessons into blended-learning environments as … Continue reading

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Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud?

How to choose the right cloud server and why. GUEST COLUMN | by Adam Stern Nearly everyone agrees on the key benefits of virtual servers — scalability, improved resource utilization, reduced operational costs, instant provisioning, and the ability to quickly … Continue reading

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