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The world of IT and service management is evolving rapidly & keeping up can be daunting. This is why TDX has partnered with our customers and industry bodies to bring you a series of virtual events intended to spark debate, illicit conversation and identify key trends.

IT Maturity in the EdTech Explosion

As colleges and universities strive to keep up with a rapidly evolving technological landscape, many are struggling with resource constraints and lack of proper support systems. The focus is now on IT organizational maturity.

To support the EdTech Explosion, service management, and project teams need to become nimbler, better equipped, and more transparent. Are you ready?


Service Management Across Campus: 

A Single-Platform Approach to Service Management for IT, Facilities, Marketing & HR

Students, faculty, and staff are more reliant on technology than ever before, and the demand on IT is increasing.  As colleges and universities strive to keep up, many are doing so with individual departments, and sometimes branch campuses, managing their own, unique IT systems and processes.

It is apparent that a siloed approach to Higher Ed service management is not sustainable.  So how exactly can you run an efficient service organization?  The answer is simple: one service management platform across the campus.  Your organization can become a well-oiled, high-performance machine.


Crash Course:

The IT Automation Revolution to Radically Simplify Higher Ed IT Ops

It’s not that mind-numbing, time-consuming maintenance tasks such as patch and anti-malware management, software updates and routine audits are going away. They are essential to making your IT environment reliable and secure.

It’s just that you and your team shouldn’t have to do them manually anymore. With Kaseya VSA, many automation capabilities come ready to deploy right out of the box.


Invent, Evolve and Expand Horizons

As the office of the CIO steps forward to meet evolving demands, there is a requirement for technology that can expand quickly, morph overnight and all of this without any added expense or resources.

"This will no doubt become one of the most powerful enterprise planning tools."

- Ed Wozencroft, Sr. Director for Projects, Policy and Planning, Stevens Institute of Technology