Collaboration in Higher Education: Invest to Save by Taking a Big-Picture View | More
To get the most value from video and mobility solutions for learning, administration, and physical security, follow a tested roadmap.
How to Support BYOD with a Small IT Staff | More
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs engage students and can lower desktop costs in offices and labs. Now colleges and universities with lean IT teams can offer Wi-Fi, using the Cisco Meraki Cloud Managed Solution.
Rapid Advances in IT Require New Approach to Contracts | More
IT changes so rapidly that contracts can become outdated even before the procurement process is complete. Here are five guidelines for writing RFPs that continue to provide value as your needs change.
Campus Safety: Five Advances in Physical Security for Higher Education | More
Recent high-profile security incidents on campuses have fast-tracked safety plans, including video surveillance, physical access control, and communications. Recent advances in physical safety help to make campus safety programs more effective and affordable.
IT Leadership: Recognizing IT Innovators in the Public Sector | More
Read about innovations introduced by Lora Mathison and Matt Grose of Itasca Area Schools Collaborative, and Dr. Leland Leonard and Christopher Larsen of Tséhootsooí Medical Center.
Cisco Virtual Forum for Education Leaders: On Demand
Visit the Cisco Education Forum for Education Leaders to explore amazing trends that are shaping the future of education.
New White Paper Highlights Cisco Perspective on Software Defined Networking (SDN) in Education and Public Sector
Cloud Intelligent Network Solutions for Higher Education (flash video)
Cloud Bursts Into Higher Education
Forrester conducted interviews with university CIOs and IT directors to find out what cloud technologies they were using and what drove them to move to cloud. Read the report
Classrooms, the Cloud, and a Customized Experience
Lone Star College System (LSCS) and Presidio. Leveraged virtual technology, improved IT services, become more proactive, creating better value and a network foundation for innovation.
Top Considerations for a Unified Communications Purchase
This report from ZK Research provides relevant decision criteria to help organizations make the best UC decisions possible. Access the report.
Lowest Price Technically Acceptable? Check out Cisco Certified Refurbished Equipment
Lowest Price Technically Acceptable is the new mantra for many public sector customers. Cisco Certified Refurbished Equipment (CCRE) is the answer for your most price sensitive sales situations, driving down the cost of new network deployments, without sacrificing on quality.