New InCommon Sponsored Partners Featured - November 2017
As a regular feature of the Trust and Identity newsletter, we will provide information about Sponsored Partners that have recently joined InCommon. All new Sponsored Partners are given the opportunity to include information about their company and the services that are federating.
Ad Astra Information Systems, an industry leader in higher education scheduling software and consulting services, offers data-informed solutions and consulting services that help institutions allocate space and faculty resources, forecast student course demand, and manage fluctuations in enrollment. The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company has partnered with more than 1,000 higher education campuses. Institutions that partner with Ad Astra achieve better stewardship of instructional resources, improved student access to courses, and accelerated student completions. To learn how strategic scheduling can improve student outcomes and campus efficiency, please contact Sarah Collins, Chief Client Experience Officer, at email@example.com.
Based in Palo Alto, CA, Nyansa is a fast-growing innovator of advanced IT analytics software technology. Founded in September 2013, Nyansa is credited with developing the first full-stack, cloud-based user performance management platform called Voyance, Purpose-built for quantifying the user experience within increasingly mobile enterprise network environments. Voyance is the only analytics system that analyzes every wired and wireless client network transaction in real time and over time. With Voyance, organizations can now proactively predict client problems, optimize their network and justify infrastructure changes based on actual user, network and application data. This serves to improve user productivity while radically reducing the time and expense related to optimizing IT network operations from the client to the cloud. For more information visit www.nyansa.com.
Silverchair integrates and delivers scholarly and professional content from a single platform – journals, books, video, custom formats, and more. The Silverchair Platform provides distinctive online sites, unique products, and advanced technologies to STM and humanities publishers, professional societies, and the federal government, propelling their content to greater reach and impact.
BBC Monitoring provides cost effective services for academic research in international relations and political science. BBC Monitoring translates and analyzes reports from media all over the world: more than 100 countries and 150 languages. Key countries, regions and topics monitored include: Russia, Iran, the Middle East and jihadi media. The content is relevant to studies of international relations, political science, war studies, terrorism, jihadism, and media. More than 4 million items are available dating back to 1996. BBC Monitoring’s website is available on subscription. Log in via InCommon provides easy single sign on for students and academic staff. More information can be found here: https://monitoring.bbc.co.uk/#/login Free trials are available. For more details contact Nick Reynolds, Business Development Manager by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone (UK) 011 44 118 948 6420 or (UK) 011 44 7801 624919.