Author: Editorial Staff

Preserving ‘Academic Mobility’ for Afghan Students and Refugees

EdSurge They’ve gone dark: Afghans who helped the U.S. military, trained as American-style journalists and rode the wave of women heading to higher education are destroying the diplomas, transcripts and résumés that prove how they built civil society in the…

Sinclair Spectrum and how it kicked off many careers

Cloud Galacticos So many of us in the IT/Cloud/Tech space started out with a Spectrum, a Commodore, or BBC computer. Even Marc Benioff started off writing games for Atari, so we are in good company. So thank you to those…

IdeaExchange – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #469

Cloud Galacticos Welcome to my Salesforce Tip of the Week #469   Tip 1 – Learn and Win Here is a link to 2 handy Trailmixes of Admin or Dev Winter ’22 content. Complete one by the end of October to…

Creating customer-centric change in a technology business

FinancialForce Among the world’s key industries, there is little doubt that high-tech is among the fastest-moving and most adaptive. Small wonder, perhaps, since it gave birth to all the digital tools and technologies that now power the world’s companies, governments,…

edX Staked Its Reputation on Its Nonprofit Status. What Will It Mean To Be Part of For-Profit 2U?

EdSurge This summer yielded a surprising announcement in the world of online education: that edX, founded by Harvard University and MIT a decade ago as a nonprofit alternative to for-profit online education providers, had agreed to sell its operations to…