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October 20th, 2016
Over the past decade, technology has become an integral part of the classroom and learning experience. Instructors and students both rely on computers and Internet connectivity to teach, research, and learn. Many school computers are protected with access restrictions and anti-virus software, however the Internet connectivity of these devices has been left widely unmanaged. The results? Schools across the nation are facing interruptions to instruction at an alarming rate through Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.
July 6th, 2016
“There’s a tsunami coming!” That’s how the President of Stanford University, John Hennessy, described the coming changes and challenges associated with the digitization of education. This monumental transformation is regarded by academic leaders as a drastic change in the way people learn, teach, and interact. There’s no doubt that technology has significantly affected, and will continue to change, how and where people learn. The key is for organizations to get ahead of the wave.
May 24th, 2016
More than 40 million students, teachers, and administrators in schools worldwide, including 7 of the 8 Ivy League universities in the United States, are using Google Apps for Education - a set of communication and collaboration tools that includes email, calendar, unlimited storage, and documents.
February 12th, 2016
The workforce in our nation’s universities and colleges is as diverse as the student body. From professors, administrators, technology specialists, to maintenance crews, higher education institutions must support a wide range of functions. More, within all of these diverse positions, there is a mix of tenured, general employees, part-time workers, contractors, and more. This huge mix presents a challenge to HR teams looking to ensure the right staffing levels and maintain an engaged and happy workforce.
August 28th, 2015
Carahsoft has just partnered with Text2Them, a new SMS network that mirrors the workflow of phone systems, allowing for two-way text – a workflow that educators and students alike are used to.