Monthly Archives: February 2011

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – Office 365

By | February 2, 2011

Tweet Raj Mukherjee, Senior Product Manager Office 365 for Education http://office365.microsoft.com/en-US/online-services.aspx Some things to consider: state of the art email, calendar and collaboration environments classroom collaboration tools integrated communications, portal and cloud computing migration to the cloud etc Cloud Services in Education meet student and educator needs learning from anywhere lower costs enterprise class security, reliability… Read More »

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – MS Priorities in Higher Ed

By | February 2, 2011

Tweet James Garner Ptaszynski, Ph.D. – Senior Director, World Wide Higher Education Strategy  [email protected] Microsoft Priorities for Higher Education – Creating the University of the Future – Today (stop waiting for tommorrow’s technology) Trends – Global Competition, The Economy, Elite & For Profit Institutions, Students & Consumerization of IT Look at article – Leadership –… Read More »

Microsoft Canadian Colleges Exec Briefing – Keynote

By | February 2, 2011

Tweet Anthony Salcito, VP World Wide Education, Microsoft – [email protected] 617-877-2780 Technology in Education – Expect More Today’s Challenges attract and retain students, researchers and academics in an increasingly competitive environment student populations are growing and are more diverse, distributed, discerning and price concious limited government funding and tight budgets Collaborative Campus a vision and an IT architecture… Read More »

What matters when assessing your EA program – Forrester

By | February 2, 2011

Tweet I seem to be on a roll writing about my impressions of Forrester Research articles recently.  I meant to dig into a blog post by Forrester Research analyst Henry Peyret from December, 2010 earlier. Henry explains the approach taken to gather information and then makes a couple of key statements. Keep it simple and… Read More »