Everything seemed to be running fine, but they were missing out on $25k in one computer lab. See what’s changed since Mount Royal started using LabStats.
Beyond usage data, it’s helpful to know what other software is running in your environment. Use Software Inventory to see everything that’s installed.
What’s the difference between managing and monitoring your university computer labs, and why does monitoring matter?
A look into the challenges the university IT staff was facing, including limited budgets and decentralized management, and how they solved them.
Computer lab hours are often overlooked, but a few small changes can add up to big savings at the end of the year and improve student experience.
How do we take this big, abstract responsibility of student success and turn it into a practical application with measurable results?
Higher education across the world is growing at an exciting rate. As universities grow, estimating demands for computer lab resources can be very costly.
Competitive esports on college campuses continue to grow every year, even eclipsing the 2018 and 2019 Super Bowl viewership.
Trying to keep an eye on students and their activities while also performing daily duties and respecting student privacy laws is a daunting task.
From budget savings to keeping faculty happy, here’s why you should include staff computers in your LabStats reports.
Streamlining campus IT and improving student experiences are just some of the benefits of tracking hardware and software usage.
When questions arise about your computer labs, it’s tempting to try to answer them as quickly and cheaply as possible.
Want to know what’s happening in your university computer labs, but concerned about security, staff time and added costs?
So you’ve invested in accessible technology for your college or university, now what? Providing specialized hardware and software for disabled students is only part of the equation.
Are your computer lab hours on autopilot? Are all the labs on campus set to a default time like 8am-10pm, regardless of activity level?
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.
Technology is accessible when people with and without disabilities are able to use it independently to get the same information…
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.
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