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Up Periscope? Examining Periscope’s acquisition of BidSync with a “Survivor’s” eye by Jon Hansen

December 11, 2014

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Breaking News Update: Word is that Periscope and BidSync have filed a formal letter of protest regarding Missouri’s award of a contract to Perfect Commerce. Over the next day or two I will be providing further details.  That said there are suggestions that Periscope is using their NIGP connections both on and off the record, […]

New Higher Ed This Month radio series promises to provide unparalleled look into a sector in transition

January 5, 2012

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When I had the opportunity to interview eCampus News’ Assistant Editor Denny Carter in December the insights that were gained through our discussion were quite interesting in terms of predictions for the Higher Ed sector in 2012.  To tune in to the on-demand broadcast simply click on the eCampus logo below. As is often the case with […]

eCampus News’ Denny Carter to become a regular guest on PI Window’s Higher Ed This Month Show

December 20, 2011

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Last week’s interview with Assistant Editor from eCampus News Denny Carter, in which we discussed what 2012 holds for the higher education sector, provided a number of potentially noteworthy revelations.  You can listen to the on-demand broadcast by clicking the eCampus logo below. As a follow-up to this broadcast, I am pleased to announce that Denny […]

Higher Education in 2012: A Year of Big Change? Radio Interview Telling on Many Levels.

December 15, 2011

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“The higher education sector is entering a renaissance of innovation spurred on by students and staff using handheld devices to access and share information,” stated Jeff Sweetman, Chief Operating Officer at Rosslyn Analytics.  “In 2012, the proliferation of consumer-friendly technologies will move into back-office functions such as procurement and finance.  This shift will enable universities […]

Lack of understanding by those affected the most in Higher Education sector by the Congressional Super Committee’s failure to reach an accord troubling

November 29, 2011

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“The problem is that people don’t understand when they hear about the Super Committee or the debt ceiling,” said Connelly, a School of Arts and Sciences junior. “It sounds lumpy and hard to understand, but students need to get involved.” from November 28th, 2011 Daily Targum article “Super Committee cuts threaten higher education budget” by […]