A little over a week ago I found myself tasked with creating a live webcast of the University’s Honors Convocation and Commencement ceremonies. The project has served as a proving ground for several key components and initiatives in our infrastructure, and on the whole, speaks to how far these technologies have come in a very short period of time. In this post I’ll walk you through several of the desired.
I am often asked about the relationship between social media and mobility. Following is a chronicle about Seton Hill University’s journey in the adoption of both social media and mobile technologies and how each directly supported the adoption of the other. In 2010, twenty-four hours after Steve Jobs introduced the iPad to the world, Seton Hill University became the first higher education institution to announce that they would be issuing.
The Benefits Before I get into the implementation details, the benefits should be clearly outlined. All print jobs are authenticated using the users’ Active Directory credentials and accounted for using PaperCut. For iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touches - With absolutely no manual configuration, users can print to any available printer (network-wide) via AirPrint (video). For Macs - With absolutely no manual configuration, all available printers appear in the Add Printer dialogue window the same way printers shared.
The question is asked of me almost every time I am at a conference… How are you supporting printing from iOS devices on your campus? Up until now, the truth is, we haven’t. Not across campus at least. We do have a few printers in our Solution Center, that with the help of one of our Apple Certified technicians, a few documents have made their way through the air and.