Farewell, HigherEdTD – Sort Of
By Jessica Kennedy · February 11, 2016 • HigherEdTechDecisions editor Jessica Kennedy resigns to pursue other higher education opportunities.

Saint Xavier Builds New Campus, Loads Buildings with WiFi & Flexible Furniture
By Don Kreski · February 11, 2016 • Saint Xavier University installed the buildings on its latest campus with new WiFi and flexible furniture.

Data Breach at University of Central Florida Affects 63,000
By Jessica Kennedy · February 10, 2016 • University of Central Florida is taking action after undergoing a security breach that affected 63,000 students, faculty and staff.

Inaugural Top New Technology (TNT) @ ISE Award Winners Announced
By Jessica Kennedy · February 9, 2016 • Top New Technology @ ISE awards recognize new and outstanding products and services being exhibited at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show in Amsterdam.

CSU Fresno Cultivates Collaboration in This Style of Classroom
By Jessica Kennedy · February 8, 2016 • In order to promote student collaboration, CSU built collaborative classrooms and installed Epson BrightLink projectors.

Combating Cyber Threats in Higher Education
By Jennifer Nowell · February 5, 2016 • Even though higher education is getting ahead with new tech tactics, colleges need to be ready to fight against cyber threats.

6 Reasons Why Higher Ed Decision Makers Should Attend DSE 2016
By Jessica Kennedy · February 4, 2016 • Among an extensive show floor and numerous educational opportunities, here are some reasons why higher education decision makers should attended the Digital Signage Expo 2016.

New Projectors & $1M Are Making SLCC’s Classrooms More Flexible
By Jessica Kennedy · February 4, 2016 • Epson projectors, new furniture and new classrooms designs are making SLCC’s classrooms more flexible and innovative.

WVU Manager of Operations Elected to Digital Signage Federation Committee
By Jessica Kennedy · February 3, 2016 • Spencer Graham, the manager of operations at WVU, was elected as the secretary/treasurer of the Digital Signage Federation Executive Committee.

The Good, Bad & Ugly: How To Manage Social Media Consumption and What Happens When You Don’t
By TD Staff · February 2, 2016 • Colleges are seeing how social media boosts and deflates higher education curricula and culture, and how policies affect its success or failure.

Innovation Center Houses Clemson University’s Collaborative Technology
By Jessica Kennedy · February 1, 2016 • In a Public Open House, Clemson University showcased collaborative technology in its Watt Family Innovation Center.

Higher Education’s Biggest IT Problem in 2016 Is…
By Jessica Kennedy · February 1, 2016 • Colleges can battle against information security threats in 2016 by brushing up on risk management and increasing network education.

Wesleyan University Saves Time on the IT Ordering Process with This Software Solution
By Walker White · January 29, 2016 • In order to save time on the IT ordering process, Wesleyan University invested in the BDNA Normalize software solution

Don’t Skip These 3 Steps If Your College Is Moving to IP Video
By Jessica Kennedy · January 28, 2016 • Colleges can better support and prepare for IP video changes through these tips by Colin Farquhar, CEO of Exterity.

Why the U.S. Economy Needs Colleges to Offer Wi-Fi to Students
By Jessica Kennedy · January 27, 2016 • Wi-Fi in colleges keeps current and prospective students happy and helps American colleges stay competitive, while also boosting the U.S. economy.

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The Good, Bad & Ugly: How To Manage Social Media Consumption and What Happens When You Don’t
Colleges are seeing how social media boosts and deflates higher education curricula and culture, and how policies affect its success or failure.
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