The State of ResNet report utilizes quantitative insights from three significant ResNet stakeholders: higher-education IT leaders, housing officers, and business officers. The outcome is a big picture view from leaders with unique, but collaborative, roles in residential networking. The findings cover the opportunities and challenges of technology and connectivity to support policies, budget, and student satisfaction.
What is one of the most critical components of a tuition-dependent university’s bottom line? Student retention. With many institutions grappling with competitive admissions and declining enrollments, retaining students has never been more essential than it is today. This eCampusNews article describes how University of Mary Washington (UMW) through a partnership with Apogee initiated a series of innovative and multi-faceted approaches directly addressing and meeting students’ needs, all with the goal of boosting student retention rates.
When is it better to keep something in-house, and when to outsource? David Hinson, Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Information Officer at Drury University, and Rajiv Shenoy, Chief Technology Officer at Apogee, offer their perspective in this EDUCAUSE article how to evaluate and inventory in-house resources and define success for your institution.
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers the great promise of making tasks easier, simpler, faster, or more efficient. Everyone is wearing, carrying, driving, and using Internet-connected devices on a daily basis, which is putting a lot of pressure on all institutions. This article from Business Officer magazine looks into the differences between traditional IT systems and IoT systems and what strategies institutions can use to adapt their network infrastructure and operations.
To combat hazing during National Hazing Prevention Week, 14 schools used the Campus Life Channel (CLC), a digital platform that collects, curates, and broadcasts social media posts, videos, and flyers, for sharing content. See how they did it.
In EDUCAUSE Review, Thomas Hennessey Jr., PhD, chief of staff emeritus at George Mason University, writes about the development of George Mason’s digital engagement and communications strategy and the benefits of partnering with a managed services technology provider like Apogee.