While the notion of dropping out to start your life’s work is romantic in Silicon Valley, many others are starting to look at “entrepreneurial MBAs.”
Numecent and Software2 team up to help universities deploy Microsoft Windows applications in the cloud.
Slowly, but surely, Cornell’s New York City technology school is becoming more of a reality.
Here’s more proof that even low-profile organizations are at risk. A Northwest Florida university revealed yesterday that the school’s servers were hacked, revealing personally identifiable information for up to 300,000 students and employees, already resulting in identity theft.
In an effort to extend its reach to college students, burgeoning location check-in service Foursquare announced its “Foursquare for Universities” program today. The program looks to help students and staff connect with each other and explore their campus by offering its popular site-wide check-in, tips, and badges offering in a centralized, targeted way.