Arizona State launches Zoom Innovation Lab

Within 45 days, agencies must appoint a software manager to oversee license and agreement inventories, and begin reporting progress in their license management by Nov. 30.

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by Jake Williams

The new initiative will bring together universities around the state to collaborate on robotic process automation.

by Jake Williams

Texas A&M University and Doane University are the latest universities to announce upgrades to 6E networks.

by Emily Bamforth

Transact is buying up its longtime partner Hangry, which offers data and analytics tools and mobile apps for campus dining and auxiliary services.

by Emily Bamforth

The University of Michigan says its the first higher ed institution to use 6E network technology, which allows more connections.

by Emily Bamforth

The University of Georgia is spending $2.3 million to equip new researchers with access to high-performance computing resources.

by Emily Bamforth

In a bid to promote AI education, the University of Florida is offering free microcredential courses in AI to its faculty and staff.

by Emily Bamforth

Instructure, which publishes the Canvas learning management system, is integrating campus telehealth provider TimelyMD into its software.

by Emily Bamforth

As universities add virtual reality to the classroom, coders and designers are working with instructors to create meaningful experiences.

by Colin Wood

Technology from the Google-alum robotics startup Cartken will replace Yandex bots for Grubhub deliveries on Ohio State University campus.

by EdScoop Staff

Trends in data analytics, cryptocurrency, easy application development and virtual reality are shaking up government and academic IT.

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