Changing the Face of Technology in Education: Funding Education-Not Technology

With tight budgets and spending restrictions affecting education, there has been increased interest in using a tool that has achieved significant success in the business world—customer relationship management (CRM) for schools. This approach involves taking a "customer-concentric" view to develop strategic plans. The key, however, is to take advantage of these capabilities without creating additional "information technology" overhead.

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The Travel and Expense Management Guide for 2014: Trends for the Future

Organizations typically spend 10 percent or more of their annual budget on expenses related to business travel. They need to reevaluate existing strategies for travel and expense management, how to overcome key challenges, and structure a robust program that balances core competencies and modern technology enablers. This paper focuses on the general business trends and economic challenges organizations face today. Read More

The Travel and Expense Management Guide for 2014: Trends for the Future

Organizations typically spend 10 percent or more of their annual budget on expenses related to business travel. They need to reevaluate existing strategies for travel and expense management, how to overcome key challenges, and structure a robust program that balances core competencies and modern technology enablers. This paper focuses on the general business trends and economic challenges organizations face today. Read More

Business Analytics for Midsize Businesses: Challenges and Benefits

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Business intelligence derived from analytics has given large companies an edge for years. And now, midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits. A recent survey of information technology (IT) managers in midsize companies, conducted by Slashdot, identified the key challenges and incentives midsize businesses face around business analytics and intelligence. Read the results of the survey.  Read More

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IDC MarketScape: Worldwide IT Education and Training 2012 Vendor Analysis

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This study assesses key technology vendors participating in the IT education market as a line of business (LOB) to support the sale of their technologies. Based on IDC's research, observations, and interviews with many of the key participants in the market, this document provides several dozen practices or approaches to successfully building, maintaining, and growing a training business. Know the key research findings. Read More

Non-restrictive Technology in Education: The Reboot-to-restore Concept

Educational institutions represent a unique and complex learning environment from a technological standpoint. Educational instructors are faced with the conundrum of needing to be more knowledgeable about technology in order to ensure that students are appropriately educated; yet they have to continually tighten security because of the growing number of threats—both internally and externally. Read More

Cloud Computing in Education

Cloud computing primarily refers to technology that delivers computing resources via the Web. The benefits of introducing these systems are most frequently discussed in relation to business, but its impact on the education sector is no less significant. Educational institutions all over the world have already adapted the cloud to their own settings and made use of its great potential for innovation. This white paper discusses some of the most important applications of cloud computing in education.  Read More
 
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