Wednesday, April 29, 2020

University of South Florida turns to Teams for a unified remote experience

When it became clear in March that the University of South Florida (USF) would move to remote learning, like other educational institutions around the globe, school leaders were ready. For the past two years, USF had been moving away from using multiple technology platforms toward using a single, unified digital hub to support instruction, collaboration, and communication. The platform USF selected was Microsoft Teams. “We knew this was coming, not COVID-19, but we knew that continuing to run on a plethora of platforms would sink us if anything disastrous happened,” said Sidney Fernandes, Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Technology at USF. He and other USF... Posted at