Information Systems Education Conference
ISECON Proceedings






2012 ISECON Proceedings
New Orleans LA

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Conference Highlights/Program

Workshop Presentation

EMC Academic Alliance – Educating Future IT Professionals

Kim Yohannan
EMC

Alok Shrivastava
EMC

Objectives
Learn how you can enhance student career prospects in the world of IT through the Academic Alliance. The program offers colleges and universities around the globe unique ‘open’ curriculum-based education, such as information storage and management, cloud computing and big data analytics. The courses focus on technology concepts and principles applicable to any vendor environment. The goal is to prepare graduates to fully leverage enhanced and emerging technologies in virtualized and cloud environments. There is no cost to institutions to join the program and members receive numerous benefits including: faculty training, course materials, and secure web portals for faculty and students.

Targeted Attendees
Faculty who are teaching in IT, Computer Science, Information Systems, Computer Information Systems, Math, Informatics, etc. programs

Recommended Citation: Yohannan, K., Shrivastava, A., (2012). The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference, v.29 n.2066, New Orleans, LA.