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Web-based technologies: reaching their ultimate potential on restricted budgets

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Web-based technologies: reaching their ultimate potential on restricted budgets
Academic institutions’ dependence on web-based technologies to improve efficiency in class offerings, academic records, and office documentation is increasing at a rapid pace. The resource constraints of most academic institutions require that the technology be flexible, expandable, easily maintained, and cost efficient. The VNet platform suite directly meets these needs and provides capabilities far beyond those available in current products. VNet is a modern web-based operating system and applications platform suite, which is presently being developed and implemented at the University of Houston. Besides serving as a central access point to available electronic campus resources, VNet also provides additional innovative services to students, faculty, administrators and staff. VNet is thus changing the way the University community communicates and exchanges information by: • centralizing information environment for administration and academic services, • replacing obsolete and t...
Salvador Báez-Franceschi, Karen Le, Diana V
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where SIGUCCS
Authors Salvador Báez-Franceschi, Karen Le, Diana Velez
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