A Community College Copes and Competes Using IT Infrastructure

Wednesday, January 16 | 5:45PM–6:30PM | Kent
Session Type: Professional Development
Increasing IT economies of scale enabled by centralized hardware, software, and services has yielded attractive community college efficiencies, but wetware and management challenges remain. Centralized IT infrastructure—specifically, virtualized computing and distributed storage—is better able to meet peak student demands brought on by recession-driven growth.


  • Gregory Ferguson