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What could digital transformation look like on your campus?

Higher Education Event

Improving space utilisation & enriching the student experience

6th February, London
8th February, Manchester

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A new era of
networking for education.

The Network. Intuitive.

Explore Cisco’s intent-based networking

Imagine a network that understands intent and dynamically takes action to power digital initiatives that fuel student achievement.

This is a network that offers the visibility and contextual insights you need to stay ahead of digital learning trends, innovations, and cyber attacks.

A network that monitors access and verifies all data to identify and catch any malicious behaviours before security breaches put student data at risk.

That’s intent-based networking.

See how it works 

It’s constantly learning.

The new network is always studying, even when school is closed. It collects and analyses network data to help improve performance.

The new network turns data into insights so you can personalise learning, facilitate collaboration, improve sustainability, or optimise IT service levels.

See adaptability 

It’s constantly adapting.

The new network keeps up with the speed, scale, and complexity of innovation. It simplifies, automates, and accelerates improvement.

Whether you’re deploying applications, integrating a learning management system, or opening new buildings, the network optimises student and staff experiences.

See security 

It’s constantly protecting.

From edge to cloud, the new network guards against threats to students, research, and critical data. It’s constantly protecting, even against encrypted attacks.

It counters security breaches before they impact your bottom line, your school’s reputation, and ultimately student and faculty achievement.

Find out how ready your network
is for the digital era.

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Safe and secure in a digital world

How can you protect systems and people safe in a digital world? Our experts identify the major security challenges for higher education, and offer advice on how to tackle them.

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Whatever the weather …

Enjoy maximum protection - on and off campus - with Cisco Umbrella

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Meraki Cloud

Take advantage of our special offer for all UK and Ireland schools

Computing for Schools

Cisco’s Computing for Schools programme is part of our Networking Academy and is available free of charge to teachers and schools.

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Reliable cross-campus WiFi

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Top of class

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Flexible learning

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100% cloud managed

From Reception to Sixth Form, you can rely on Cisco Meraki Cloud

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Secure digital learning …

… across your campus, with Cisco Meraki Systems Manager

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School security solved

Safer Internet access, higher network performance with Cisco Meraki MX

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The future of education is here!

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