20 novembre 2015

Higher Education Planning for the Cloud, in the Cloud, and of the Cloud

The EvoLLLutionBy Michael Hites - EvoLLLution. Cloud-hosted systems and services are creating lower-cost environments for higher education institutions, allowing colleges and universities to take advantage of the Internet of Things, but leaders and staff must collaborate to ensure the solutions are right for the institution. More...

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Waiting for the Cloud

The EvoLLLutionBy Kenneth Green - EvoLLLution. Cloud computing is dominating the radars of CIOs and technology leaders at higher education institutions across the United States, but deployment of cloud-hosted solutions for more mission-critical work has been slower than expected. More...

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Staying On Premises Risks Institutional Agility, Responsiveness and Long-Term Viability

The EvoLLLutionBy Nelson Vincent - EvoLLLution. Replicating the service and convenience offered by cloud-hosted services is very difficult for institutions to do today and will be nearly impossible to do in the coming years, which will impact the agility and responsiveness of the institution in the long term. More...

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Clouds, Bundles and Crisis, Oh My!

The EvoLLLutionBy Richard Katz - EvoLLLution. By focusing on delivering the institution’s key differentiators and outsourcing peripheral services that may actually detract from the student experience if kept in-house, higher education leaders can weather the coming storms and set themselves up for long-term viability and growth. More...

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Cloud Services Provide Sky-High Business Outcomes

The EvoLLLutionBy Luke Stevens - EvoLLLution. It would be immensely difficult and expensive to achieve the convenience and flexibility available in the cloud through on-premises tools, and would ultimately detract from the institution’s core business of educating students. More...

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Cloud Consumer Services for Flexibility, Creativity and Innovation

The EvoLLLutionBy Scott Sorley - EvoLLLution. Universities have a generally accepted reputation for moving slowly and exhibiting little administrative agility. Some might suggest that it is one of our defining features—and that needs to change. More...

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Migrating IT Services to the Cloud Benefits Students

The EvoLLLutionBy Javier Miyares - EvoLLLution. Students and faculty typically don’t think about the intricacies of their university’s computer network as long as it simply works. Behind the scenes though, the IT departments that manage the networks—and nearly everything else at a university these days—have an opportunity to play an important role in improving the student experience and optimizing learning resources. More...

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Using Technology to Maximize Output with Limited Resources

The EvoLLLutionBy Ruth Pionke - EvoLLLution. “Making do with less” has become a familiar refrain for many working in higher education and business during the Great Recession. Whether we have experienced budget cuts or enrollment growth, we are constantly pressured to provide a consistent level of support despite changes to our institutional environment. More...

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Transforming Enrollment and Lifecycle Management with the Cloud

The EvoLLLutionBy Brian Murphy Clinton - EvoLLLution. Students today expect a customer-centric experience that is highly personalized and relevant. They also expect their institutions to provide them a great deal of convenience when it comes to performing tasks and obtaining critical information. More...

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Risk-Taking Cultural Transformation Central to Meeting IT Needs

The EvoLLLutionBy Eric Miller - EvoLLLution. Today, both students and staff have heighted expectations of institutional IT. Students expect the service and convenience they experience in their other online interactions—with retailers and other service providers—to be replicated by their college or university. More...

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