UBTech Innovation Report published by University Business
UBTech 2017, CHAMPIONSGATE RESORT, ORLANDO, FL, June 12-14, 2017
Top Stories
Stefanie Botelho

Content on college websites and social media pages must be sharply targeted to captivate prospective and current students. Efficient content management systems (CMS) can help improve pushing content to these various web presences.  Read more>>

Kylie Lacey

When implementing digital signage, many university leaders plan for the initial costs of hardware and software; considered less often is long-term maintenance.  Read more>>

Sponsored by Harman

SVSi by AMX matures to create audio, control and enabled switching for the future of networked video.  Read more>>

Stefanie Botelho

As active classroom design evolves to serve faculty and student needs, hard technology (and required support networks) are often at the forefront of planning. Just as vital, however, is the furniture that supports this tech.  Read more>>

Kylie Lacey

Because college and university staff are at risk for hacking, campus technology leaders must understand social engineering, how hackers manipulate people and the training employees need to spot a potential attack.  Read more>>

UBTech News

The Annual Harman Innovation Awards at UBTech are now open for applications from innovative campuses nationwide. The annual HARMAN Innovation Awards at UBTech celebrate innovative higher education institutions and their use of AV and IT Technology, and will present $25,000 in hardware and software to the winners in 5 categories.  Read more>>

UBTech Conference

UBTech gives a free suite upgrade every week. Register for UBTech now and be entered into every weekly drawing for a free suite upgrade at the Mirage. Drawings continue weekly through April 23.  Read more>>