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Articles by Elizabeth Millard
University Business, May 2011
Networks Freshen Up
As networks age, colleges and universities employ creative strategies to meet demand without draining the IT budget.
University Business, Mar 2011
Going the Distance
Campus leaders are deciding whether to centralize or decentralize distance education operations, with some even choosing both.
University Business, Feb 2009
Share and Share Alike
Shared services partnerships can be a boon to the bottom line, as well as a good way to establish relationships between institutions. Here are four rules that will help make these partnerships work.
University Business, Oct 2008
Identity-theft threats seem to be a constant, thanks to porous networks and laid-back users. But there are some key strategies campus leaders can use to help keep the bad guys at bay.
University Business, Feb 2008
Are We Covered?
With the first wave of wireless in place, higher ed institutions plan their next steps, boosting coverage everywhere from residence halls to classrooms.
University Business, Sep 2007
IHEs are at different points when it comes to VoIP, but many see the same benefits, and face the same challenges.
University Business, Aug 2007
Collecting data is crucial, but so is an efficient system for putting that data to use.
University Business, Jun 2007
Institutions Expand Rich Media Efforts
As software applications get more user-friendly and bandwidth gets more robust, institutions expand their rich media efforts beyond online courses.
University Business, Apr 2007
Identity management can keep an IHE safer, but making these systems easy to use can be tricky.
University Business, Jan 2007
Landlines are increasingly unused on college campuses. Does this have to mean revenue has gone missing as well?
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