July 8, 2010 - Source: Campus Technology
Columbia Southern U Tracks Network Activity To Improve Access to Educational Tools
Network Management | News by Dian Schaffhauser
Columbia Southern University has gone public with an implementation of a program it put into place at the end of 2009 to monitor availability and bandwidth of its network. The online for-profit university, owned by Mayes Education and based in Alabama, has about 9,300 students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. It licensed Paessler AG's PRTG Network Monitor in December 2009 to keep track of network activity and resources to improve access and delivery of the university's curriculum.
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