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Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud. Colleges, universities, K12 districts and education technology providers access industry-shaping technology at an affordable cost, no matter what the scale or IT workload. Whether you need facilitate coursework, improve learning outcomes, manage your university's operations or access high-performance computing for demanding research projects, AWS has a solution.
ASG Technologies is an award-winning, industry-recognized and analyst-verified global software company providing the only integrated platform and flexible end-to-end solution for the information-powered enterprise. ASG’s Information Management solutions capture, manage, govern and enable companies to understand and support all types of information assets (structured and unstructured) and stay compliant. ASG’s IT Systems Management solutions ensure that the systems and infrastructure supporting that information lifecycle are always available and performing as expected. ASG has over 3,500 customers worldwide in top vertical markets including Financial Services, Healthcare, Insurance and Government. Visit us at ASG.com, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
GT Software is a mainframe integration, migration, and modernization company that delivers future proof solutions that turn yesterday’s legacy systems into tomorrow’s leading edge applications. We are a global distributor of Fujitsu NetCOBOL, a preferred COBOL compiler provider for Ellucian Banner clients. Fujitsu NetCOBOL is an open platform COBOL development environment which takes advantage of the rich historical features of COBOL, while offering an interface to the latest technologies in state-of-the-art environments. Fujitsu NetCOBOL offers superior performance, scalability and security, with no runtime fees or license verification audits. We’ve helped hundreds of universities save money on their COBOL compilers and eliminate their runtime fees.