Tag Archives: campus IT

Gone Data Gone

Three ways higher ed can protect students, faculty, and staff data. GUEST COLUMN | by Vijay Ramanathan The computer’s data is gone. Just thinking about such a data disaster can cause hearts to race in higher education students, faculty and … Continue reading

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World-Class Graduate Education and Research

Software-defined networking, Wi-Fi, and mobile for teaching and learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Naveed Husain Like many leading graduate schools, the faculty and students at Teachers College, Columbia University, hold IT to the highest standards for supporting their learning and research needs. … Continue reading

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A New Class of Security

A measured look at real risks to school networks, with a level-headed approach.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Technology keeps moving forward, with or without the general population being educated on specific advances. In a brave new world of cyber … Continue reading

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Really Logging In

It all starts with authentication (but it doesn’t end there). GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Peterson This September, tens of thousands of students will arrive at higher education institutions ready to study. Every one of these students needs access to … Continue reading

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Beyond the Known Universe

Understanding the hybrid cloud: an education process.  GUEST COLUMN | by Adam Stern  The cloud computing landscape of 2017 will increasingly be dominated by platform and database services supporting hybrid infrastructures, according to study conducted by IDG Connect on behalf … Continue reading

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