EdTech News: “…The nation’s campuses have served as test beds and launching pads for some of history’s most compelling and useful innovations. Think Google and Reddit. But increased financial pressures have forced many IT administrators to rethink their school technology budgets. Beyond supporting the culture of education and innovation upon which so many colleges have staked their reputations, board members and other decision-makers are under increasing pressure to apply a more business-centric approach, investing in technologies that promise to improve the bottom line.
Writing for the Huffington Post, Enterasys CMO and Chief Customer Officer Vala Afshar shares the results of an international survey detailing 2013 spending priorities at 15 U.S. and international higher education institutions. Almost across the board, U.S. higher education CIOs listed infrastructure as the No. 1 priority at their institution in 2013…” Read more