A Glimpse Into the Future of Campus Infrastructure
Campus IT infrastructure was designed for a way of learning and working that is rapidly becoming obsolete. Now it's evolving to support innovations such as cloud services, lecture capture, high-density Wi-Fi networks, telepresence, and a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) campus culture.
Get Ready for a World of Many Clouds
"The cloud" is actually multiple clouds, and colleges and universities already do or will soon connect to different types. The network needs a special type of intelligence to connect campus users to clouds and clouds to other clouds.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Action on Two Campuses
Higher education institutions across the country are grappling with how to satisfy students' expectations for high-performance wireless access anywhere, with any device. Bowdoin College and University of South Florida are ahead of the game.
On-Demand Webcast: How Interactive Video Is Transforming Higher Ed
View this on-demand webcast featuring a panel of Higher Ed leaders discussing how interactive video communication is transforming higher education, including: * Utilizing lecture...
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Now on Demand: National Town Hall Addressing How to Connect. Innovate. Save.
Hear from federal, state and local government and education IT leaders in this on-demand presentation of the National Town Hall discussion Addressing How to Connect. Innovate. Save. These speakers will address specific concerns and insights on practical, innovative solutions on ensuring productivity, accessibility, security, and cost savings. Access the discussion.