Do you know how to tell when your technology is at the end of its lifecycle? Here are three indicators that a comprehensive IT upgrade is in order.
Higher education accounts for 17 percent of all data breaches — more than government (16 percent) and the financial and insurance sector (13 percent). Want to learn more about how your campus can protect itself from a data breach? Check out our infographic.
Just 46 percent of Americans who enroll in college will complete their educations. But students aren’t just leaving classrooms for the fun of it; there’s a reason why our colleges struggle to retain learners.
Laptops and smartphones, along with the software and mobile applications that power them, are helpful teaching aids—if students use them as directed. But what happens when the technology becomes a distraction?
There’s a reason why more than 50 percent of colleges and universities struggle with using CRM as a tool for recruitment and retention. Here are five tips to help you get the most out of your investment.
Whether your institution has decided to go all-in on the cloud or continues to take a wait-and-see approach, here are four proven benefits of the technology that every college IT administrator should consider when deciding where to go from here.
Driven by calls for increased accountability and by a growing emphasis on student success, higher education has embraced the use of data as a tool for improving the student experience.
A successful ERP implementation is less about software—assuming the technology is integrated the right way, it will do its job—and more about ensuring your institution, particularly your people, are positioned to help your college achieve its goals.
In conjunction with HeroX, we’ve issued the Ellucian Student Success Challenge to generate creative ideas we can share across higher education to better support students and their ambitions. Got an idea worth part of the $50,000 prize package?
New government funding grants help institutions develop robust workforce development programs. More incentives mean more prospective students—and more competition.