LabMaps is a feature included in the LabStats software that displays maps of computer labs and real-time availability of computers on campus.
Regulations may come from governmental bodies, your school’s IT or security departments, industry best practices, or other organizations.
This webinar discusses the the University of Texas El Paso’s (UTEP) real-life applications of LabStats and its positive effects on UTEP’s IT department.
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Universities waste thousands of dollars every year on software that students aren’t using. Here are 3 ways to make sure you’re not overpaying for software.
How do you sort through endless opinions, requests and assumptions to make tough decisions for your computer labs?
Back in the day, lab managers would jot down hash marks on a notepad to track the number of students in a computer lab.
How often do colleges in America get sued for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act?
“Find room in the budget.” We’ve all been there. Every resource at your disposal is crucial in its own way and used for a specific purpose.
Too often, lab managers resort to tedious, time consuming, and expensive approaches to gather a minuscule amount of data that is questionably accurate.
Just like that subscription to Audible you always intended to use, these 3 overlooked practices are quietly draining your school’s IT resources, but that doesn’t have to be the case.
Budget cuts have been all too common in university IT departments since ‘08, and the trend of reduced spending doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
“We’re cutting a certain application from 203 licenses to 25, saving us around $10,000.”
Computer Lab Monitoring Software, and the data that it provides, is crucial for every scenario.
When decisions are based on data, lab managers can be confident in their decisions.
Together, monitoring and management software aid universities’ in their lab improvement efforts.
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