Network hacks and attacks are the biggest worry OF campus CIOs. The 2005 survey conducted by The Campus Computing Project reveals that 30.4 percent of IT executives are concerned about security breaches, up from 21.1 percent in 2004.
If executed, the winning scheme in the fourth annual Urban Land Institute's student urban design competition would change the way Saint Louis University (Mo.) students interact with their surroundings.
In January of 2008, Central College, the flagship campus of the Houston Community College System, will look little like it does now.
It is all about being known. And while we may occasionally squabble over nomenclature (Is it brand? Image? Reputation?), we all believe, at our core, that it is better to be known than not. When the right people are aware of you and value and support the position you hold, life is better.
Until recently, the words "web conferencing" conjured up the image of small-framed and jerky video that was akin to bad cartoon animation. Voices would speak, but there would be no movement on screen. Video would often freeze.