More than any generation before them, today’s college students have integrated mobile devices into the academic and social fabric of their campus life. Implementing the infrastructure to support an increasingly ‘mobile-first’ campus requires academics institutions to make wise technology investments that optimize the teaching and learning environment.
Thiswebinar will explore how to:
The value of a portal-based mobile platform with pre-built modules to cover every stage of campus life regardless of device or data source
Ability to connect, inform, and engage with students, staff, and faculty to alumni and prospective students.
Leveraging mobility to enhance campus safety and communication
Peter Marston Research Manager, IDC Mr. Marston serves as research manager for IDC's Application Development, Testing, and Management Services (ADTMS) program and is a member of the Outsourcing Services research team. Mr. Marston develops research focused on the lifecycle of application services markets which include custom application development (CAD), testing, application management (AM), also referred to as ADM (application development and maintenance), and hosted application management (HAM). His research examines and identifies key trends and market dynamics including the impact of mobility, cloud, hosting, analytics and social media across these services markets.
Joe Anderson GEM Director of Advanced Mobile Applications Practice Advanced Enterprise Solutions, AT&T Mr. Anderson serves as the Government, Education and Medical (GEM) Director of the Advance Mobile Applications Practice (AMAP) within the Advanced Enterprise Solutions organization at AT&T. In this role Joe has focused on bringing innovative and transformational applications to our customers to obtain improvements in their processes and in communications and interactions with their constituents, students and patients. Joe leads the national effort to deliver mobile solutions to our largest State Governments down to our smaller Cities and Counties.