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Awards Abound for WTAMU and CIO James Webb

- February 7, 2012 - 0 Comments

West Texas A&M University was recently named in the U.S. News and World Report Top 20 for both Technology and Student Services, while WTAMU CIO James Webb was recently named to ComputerWorld’s 2012 Premier 100 IT Leaders list. This program will honor the top 100 IT and business leaders that have shown exceptional leadership and innovation in IT strategy and planning at a conference to be held in Phoenix, AZ in March 2012.

WTAMU has deployed multiple Cisco Enterprise Video technologies, including digital signage, physical security and media experience engine.

Early results from deploying Cisco Enterprise Video included a 10 percent increase in distance learning enrollments as a result of more courses being delivered via video, as well as an effective solution on campus to reach more students as enrollment rises steadily.  Digital signage has been a critical part of campus communications – directing students, faculty and administration to events and classes.  The Digital Signage is also integrated into Campus Security to notify everyone in the event of an important security issue.

You can learn more about WTAMU’s use of Cisco Enterprise Video here.

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