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The Bigger Picture: Thinking Beyond Bandwidth Savings

G. McGlynn / Tue, Sep 16, 2014 / 5:17 PM
In the last few weeks I've examined what's making today's IT environment more complex and expensive to manage, and I've also suggested a few tactics that companies can use to reduce their bandwidth costs. In my last installment in this 3 part series, I'm going to look at the broader benefits a WAN solution can bring to your business in addition to helping you defer bandwidth upgrades for at least three years. Read More

CIO Insight Part II: 5 Disruptive Campus Technologies

Dee Childs / Thu, Sep 11, 2014 / 11:11 AM
In my last blog, I outlined the current campus technology landscape and hinted that I am seeing ten emerging technologies that will soon, if they haven't already, begin to transform learning, the student experience, academic and scientific research and provide strategic value to the mission of the university - whether we like it or not. In this blog, I'd like to spend some time discussing the first five that will impact the daily decisions we make about how… Read More

Making A Complete Business Case For A WAN Solution

G. McGlynn / Mon, Sep 08, 2014 / 12:59 PM
In my last blog, I talked about the growing number of applications and devices flooding the modern IT environment, and how network operating costs continue to rise every year even though IT budgets do not always grow to match. In this installment, I'm going to look at how organizations can implement a strategy to successfully lower their costs over a 3 year period and improve network performance. Read More

Why You Don't Actually Have To Ban Mobile Devices In Class

G. McGlynn / Fri, Sep 05, 2014 / 6:17 PM
My best friend recently went back to school after a bit of a hiatus and was sharing her first week frustrations with me, mainly commenting on the annoying in-class behavior of one of her peers. My pal was diligently taking notes by hand during her second day of classes, and was distracted by a nearby student who was staring at his smartphone at a completely inappropriate time. This student wasn't even trying to be subtle about… Read More

CIO Insight: The Future Of Campus Technology

Dee Childs / Wed, Sep 03, 2014 / 5:43 PM
I didn't consciously plan to be in a technology field when I graduated from college, but what initially attracted me and has kept me working in technology, and in a university setting in particular, is the amazing variety and opportunity for discovery, innovation and change in higher education. But with change comes challenge and nothing is more challenging than managing a university network that literally touches every human who steps foot on campus. Without a… Read More