As students and administrators seek anytime, anywhere access to the cloud, higher ed IT teams must face their fears and get to work.
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Colleges invest in Wi-Fi coverage outdoors to keep pace with expanding demand.
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Higher education IT teams can use communication and roadmaps to limit the frustrations of transitioning to the cloud.
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign CIO Mark Henderson shared his thoughts on the impact that digital transformation is having on higher education.
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