Because new features in the 7.5 KeyServer build have continued to evolve and expand, we wanted to write a quick post to let you know about them. For a detailed list of all changes and bug fixes, visit the Release History page. For example, the 184.108.40.206 release includes a number of enhancements to Lab Maps functionality in […]
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KeyServer Maps are an incredibly powerful way to allow students to view resource availability – both hardware and software. The simplest way to provide this data is a direct link to KeyReporter. This is great for digital signage or a kiosk, but you will likely also want students to access these pages from their own […]
Colleges and universities are not in the business of IT—they are in the business of education. Since IT investments are made in pursuit of that goal, information about hardware and software usage in computer labs helps administrators determine whether (and how much) past investments are being used; which, in turn, helps them make better future […]
Publishers change the way they sell their software all the time, so the last few years of Adobe licensing changes, though huge, really aren’t that surprising. Unfortunately, however, many colleges and universities, out of shock and/or exasperation, seem to have surrendered, bought a site license for Creative Cloud, and decided that there’s just no point […]