School Physical Security to Double by 2018
By TD Staff · November 25, 2014 • TechNavio’s new report on global school campus security estimates the market will grow at a compound annual rate of 14.3 percent through 2018. Much of that growth will stem from colleges spending approximately $210 on access control and security camera solutions.

Software Gets Green Light in Security Assessment
By Olivia C. Schneider · November 21, 2014 • Latest version of TurningPoint Cloud meets requirements set by The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act.

Colleges Rely on CMO’s To Keep Marketing Plans Sharp
By Olivia C. Schneider · November 17, 2014 • Research findings suggest that colleges are more dependent on CMO's to strategize marketing plans and distinguish their brands.

Strategies for Passing Higher Ed Clients’ MNEC Tests
By Jason Knott · November 11, 2014 • University emergency managers explain why there is no cookie-cutter solution for deploying mass notification/emergency communications on campus.

6 Tips to Creating Successful Digital Experiences at Your University
By Jessica Kennedy · November 3, 2014 • A story that features tips on how to deploy digital signage successfully on college campuses.

UNC Uses Connected Casebook to Turn Law School Digital
By Jessica Kennedy · October 30, 2014 • The Connected Casebook solution enables students to learn about law digitally, and for a lower cost.

North Carolina State University College of Design To Use Mersive for Visual Collaboration
By Jessica Kennedy · October 29, 2014 • North Carolina State University College of Design will utilize Mersive’s Solstice software to enhance collaboration among students and instructors.

University of Cincinnati, IUP Turn to AirWatch for Easier Mobile Device Management
By Jessica Kennedy · October 23, 2014 • Mobile device management platforms like AirWatch allow colleges to service mobile devices and protect their networks.

HID Global Pilot Gets Good Reviews at Vanderbilt University
By Jessica Kennedy · October 21, 2014 • HID Global completed its access control pilot at Vanderbilt University.

North Carolina State Uses Optical Turnstiles to Upgrade Security
By TD Staff · October 14, 2014 • North Carolina State University's gymnasium and Carmichael recreational center presented several challenges for adequately monitoring and controlling access since students and faculty only had to display IDs to gain access to the main entrances at both facilities until the college installed Boom Edam Speedlane 996DA optical turnstiles.

DSF and DSE One Events Coming to Town in October
By Jessica Kennedy · October 7, 2014 • DSF and DSE announce October 2014 events.

How Colleges Can Prepare for the Students of 2020
By Jessica Kennedy · October 6, 2014 • At EDUCAUSE, a college administrative panel talks about preparing for the students of 2020, and what their colleges are doing to prepare now.

5 Reasons Why Your College Should Consider Optical LAN
By Jessica Kennedy · September 25, 2014 • Colleges that implement Optical LAN on their campuses will decrease energy consumption, cut out middle and core electronics on the network, increase on-campus space and guarantee bandwidth.

Scottish University Unifies Its Video Surveillance
By Robin Hattersley Gray · September 19, 2014 • New video management software and cameras help UWM more effectively manage security on all four of its campuses.

When They Can’t Get What They Want: How Colleges are Complying With Students’ Needs
By Jessica Kennedy · September 15, 2014 • When colleges don’t live up to students’ needs, the futures of both are grim.

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