Patent litigation and trials present unique challenges and opportunities for universities and other academic institutions. The panel will discuss these unique circumstances in depth, including national data on university patent litigation, effective university trial themes, PTAB validity challenges, university standing in patent infringement litigation, the assignment versus license of patent rights, and the enforcement of running royalty provisions. In addition, the panel will give an overview of successful enforcement actions brought by prominent academic institutions in federal court and the ITC, and provide the trial lawyer's perspective regarding what made these actions successful.Read more >
Learn how the IT operations team at University of Chicago built a centralized and service centric approach to IT infrastructure monitoring. The University of Chicago is using CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) to implement a central, integrated approach for monitoring IT systems, applications, networks, VoIP phones, data center infrastructure and business services. Be it PBX phones or data center water chillers, they are monitoring it all centrally. This approach has resulted in enhanced visibility across the organization and reducing outages by up to 300%.Read more >
Join this webinar to learn how the University of Georgia (UGA) uses Apache Spark and other tools for Big Data analytics and data science research.
UGA needs to give its students and faculty the ability to do hands-on data analysis, with instant access to their own Spark clusters and other Big Data applications.
So how do they provide on-demand Big Data infrastructure and applications for a wide range of data science use cases? How do they give their users the flexibility to try different tools without excessive overhead or cost?
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Spin up new Spark and Hadoop clusters within minutes, and quickly upgrade to new versions
- Make it easy for users to build and tinker with their own end-to-end data science environments
- Deploy cost-effective, on-premises elastic infrastructure for Big Data analytics and research
Lower the Tuition for IT Security Visibility
Securing the IT environment in today’s college or university is no task for the faint of heart. With a user population of digital natives, a school’s IT services are often a high-risk zone where state-of-the art learning and research meets the global threat laboratory. Reducing risk and maintaining compliance requires centralized security visibility and the tools to identify and remove threats quickly and efficiently.
That’s exactly the challenge the IT services team at Marquette University faced recently—and solved—with the AlienVault Unified Security Management™ platform.
Today, the Marquette IT team enjoys:
*Full visibility into network, server and user activities
*Dramatically faster incident response
*Greater ability to manage attacks and prove compliance
*20% cost reduction in their security monitoring program
During this valuable webinar, you'll discover exactly how Marquette did it—with limited expense and IT staff —and what they learned along the way. Please join us
Justin Webb: Security Analyst, IT Services, Marquette University
Sandy Hawke: VP of Product Marketing, AlienVault
Please join Teradici and the University of Waterloo for an insightful session on how the school significantly improved the user experience and increased server density.
This webinar will share how the University’s Federation of Students successfully implemented VDI and PCoIP Hardware Accelerator to achieve the following results:
•Delivered superior-quality viewing experience with improved video performance ̶ dragging and dropping items in these applications were previously very choppy and slow
•Realized cost savings by achieving higher performance without purchasing additional CPU cores
•Reduced CPU load and increased server density by 50 percent
Q&A will follow at the end of the session.
With evolving BYOD requirements in a large wireless network of thousands of varied users and devices, Columbus State University required a comprehensive NAC BYOD solution. Learn how they transitioned from a guest management solution to a secure NAC environment that will provide real-time network visibility and security automation. This webinar will discuss the process of their transition to NAC BYOD and how the university benefits from:
• Fast, easy and secure network access for thousands of students, faculty and guests
• Automated network provisioning for this campus wide mobile wireless environment
• A reduction in support calls to a burdened IT staff
• A network-wide visibility of all connections to help eliminate blind spots
Organizations with large, dispersed user populations face the challenge of protecting users in many different circumstances. When it comes to security, the human element is the most difficult to control, so having the right tools is essential.
The Verizon 2016 DBIR reveals that 63% of breaches used weak, default or stolen credentials, and again they recommend two-factor authentication as one of the protective measures. But how can you get your privileged staff—not to mention others on campus—to accept something that creates a break in their workflow?
In this webinar, you will learn:
Why OSU selected Duo for two-factor and endpoint security
How they eliminated the burden of provisioning
The OSU approach to endpoint visibility
Technical University of Denmark, or DTU, is one of the foremost technical universities in Europe and continues to excel with increasing number of publications and extensive global industry partnerships each year. To build on its vision of research and technical excellence DTU rolled out Mendeley to all of the university and participation grew by 250% in less than 6 months. In this session, we will hear more about the vision of the university library, the progress of the Mendeley project, early signs of success, and the future steps forward.Read more >
Join this complimentary webinar to learn about how Mendeley supports research results and collaboration from two different institutions. Hong Kong Baptist University, a publicly-funded institution focused on providing the best whole person education for its students and European Foundation, will share about their teaching and research focus and why reference management tools are an essential part of the education process. The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working conditions (Eurofound) is a tripartite European Union Agency, whose role is to provide knowledge in the area of social and work-related policies will discuss how Mendeley is crucial to sharing and dissemination of new scientific trends and information. The session will give insights to how these institutions came to learn about Mendeley, their evaluation process, building a business case for internal support, planning of user deployment, the results so far, and their plans for the future.Read more >
Colleges and universities are often at the forefront of new tech support challenges, from BYOD, to supporting remote campuses and online students, to keeping up with the latest social media tools. Yet despite these modern complications, some higher education institutions are not just keeping up with the demands of supporting students and staff - they are improving the support experience. Hear from Peter Jurh of Boise State and James Davies from University for the Creative Arts on how, using Bomgar's remote support solution, they have handled the influx of new technologies and off campus students, while improving the end-user experience.Read more >
Join Elsevier, ORCID and Professor Thomas Ryberg from Aalborg University on March 7, 2016 for webinar on how Pure and ORCID’s new collaboration is helping the research community.Read more >
Mendeley Certification Program for Librarians was launched in February 2015 and has received enthusiastic support from over 800 participants world-wide. The Certification Program offers an flexible, 100% on-line, self-paced learning structure in a 3-leveled structure for librarians to learn about Mendeley, functionally, technically, as well as the optimal user roll-out method at their institutions. The program is designed to not only bring updated information about the product to new users but also best practices to seasoned librarians. This webinar will feature librarians from both Helsinki University and York University and their experiences and learnings through the program as well as applying Mendeley in their own environments and library strategies.Read more >
During this presentation, you’ll learn what problems Fitchburg State University hoped to solve by turning to desktop virtualization and why they chose VMware View as a solution. Learn how they implemented thin-clients and virtual desktops on campus, as well as what their future plans are to expand usage.Read more >
Like many large universities, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) found itself increasingly targeted by a vast array of Internet threats. Originally designed to give large numbers of users broad access to data of all kinds, university IT systems like UNB’s are easy targets for cyber criminals.
Join David Shipley from UNB for this live, interactive webinar, as he describes the ambitious process that he and his colleagues undertook to implement a proactive, intelligence-based cyber security strategy that gives them real-time visibility into attacks in progress, along with actionable insights to respond quickly and effectively.
In less than an hour, David will tell you:
• Why simply reinforcing perimeter defenses was not the right approach for UNB
• How they were able to gain better security visibility and intelligence—and use it effectively
• Which solutions combined to dramatically improve UNB’s cyber security without greatly increasing resource demands
• And more…
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an accomplished peer, and to discover how you too can create and implement an effective, intelligence-based security strategy for your organization.
Join us as we speak with Greg Franseth, Director of Information Services, University of Kentucky about his work to put ITIL in action using Kaseya at a top academic institution. We’ll look at the details of the technologies as applicable in any Enterprise environment, challenges and opportunities for Corporate IT, and before-and-after analysis of the ITIL process with moderator Anthony Juliano, CTO, Landmark Ventures.Read more >
Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, FIU has 6,000 students and 300 staff. With a small IT team supporting 50+ servers, 4 labs and over 500 PCs, FIU wanted to be able to:-
o Reduce recurring hardware replacement and/or upgrade cost
o Fine tune the computing environment based on class curriculum
o Swap the computing environment based on class schedule
o Centralize management and grow by only upgrading the backend
After evaluating stand-alone desktops and thin clients, FIU decided to deploy a desktop virtualization solution. In this webcast Stefan Schins, Network Administrator at FIU will describe:-
o FIU IT challenges
o Solution selection process
o Desktop implementation
o Solution benefits
o Measureable success factors
o Answer any questions
Dr Gareth Owenson is the course leader for the Forensic Computing programme at the University of Portsmouth. He teaches extensively in forensics, cryptography and malware analysis. His research expertise is in darknets, where he is presenting working on alternative approaches that may lead to novel applications of the blockchain. Gareth also has a strong interest in Memory Forensics, and undertakes work into application-agnostic extraction of evidence by using program analysis.
Gareth has a PhD in Computer Science (2007) and has taught at several Universities throughout the UK.