Infrastructure Management

May 6, 2007 at 11:01 pm | Posted in Infrastructure Managment | Leave a comment

The Infrastructure Management Matrix describes the contributions a candidate technology makes to the improvement of student learning. Entries to the database capture the requirements to support emerging technologies including:

  • Computers and digital devices
  • Network security and filtering
  • Wireless technologies
  • Operating systems
  • Assistive technologies/Universal Design for Learning
  • Data warehousing
  • Server technologies
  • Data storage
  • Digital rights management
  • Communication/collaboration systems
  • Network performance management

Candidate technologies which address more than one category or subcategory should be entered as many times as needed under the categories involved. For example, Second Life might be entered under communication/collaboration systems and Network security and filtering.

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