ARTICLES BY CHRISTINE KERN
Education IT News For VARs — January 29, 2015
In news this week, edtech providers are getting serious about data privacy, and AT&T launches an edtech accelerator.
FMCSA On Track To Initiate E-Log Mandates
There are a number of projected rule changes by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for 2015, including the electronic logging device mandate, according to CCJDigital.
Adaptive Learning Technology Is Gaining Ground: IT Solutions Providers Can Capitalize On The Trend
Adaptive learning refers to computer-based or online systems which modify the way material is presented and are designed as interactive tools for both teachers and students.
Government IT News For VARs — January 28, 2015
In news this week, FedRAMP will release new standards for comment, and President Barack Obama urges Congress to support his cybersecurity agenda.
WatchGuard Categorizes 2015 Security Trends Into What (And What Not) To Worry About
In an effort to help IT professionals navigate through the convoluted waters of IT security, WatchGuard has issued an infographic that outlines some of the top security trends for 2015 — and also denotes which should be concerns and which should not.
With Competition For IT Techs Rising, Can IT Solutions Providers Fill Void For Campuses?
The need for qualified IT techs is on the rise nationwide, but colleges and universities will have a harder time filling their open positions in 2015, due to a shortage of talented applicants.
Survey Shows 20 Percent Of Employees Going Rogue With Corporate Data
Such rogue activity points to gaps in IT security that need to be addressed. Not only must corporations be proactive against attacks from external enemies; they must also be vigilant against behaviors from current and former employees.
Education IT News For VARs — January 22, 2015
This week, an infographic highlights campus tech and IT issues, and an article highlights Ed-Tech trends from CES 2015.
Government IT News For VARs — January 21, 2015
In the news, federal agencies struggle to keep up with digital demand, and President Barack Obama urges the adoption of a data breach law. Also, the Los Angeles Police Department is scheduled to get body cams.
LNS Announces Predictions For Asset Management In 2015
LNS Research is introducing its Asset Performance Management (APM) Research Library this month, and in a recent blog post Dan Miklovic unveils a sneak peek at the top three trends that manufacturing will see have an effect on APM in 2015, with the third related to APM solutions providers.