Published By: Workday
Published Date: Mar 20, 2017
Is your institution running on legacy technology? The Gartner report “IT Market Clock for Higher Education, 2016” gives CIO and IT leaders a model to assess current technology and future needs—allowing you to begin moving from legacy systems—such as ERP suites and on-premise and open source software—to the cloud.
Expanding and enriching the educational experience through a streamlined, broadened networkBYOD in the classroom and one-student-one-device trends meant Kentucky’s Bullitt County Public Schools needed an easily configurable, reliable and scalable network. Read this case study to discover the benefits of WLAN technology in the educational world >
The United States educational system is in the midst of transformational change due to widespread adoption of
technologies, including video, mobile devices, and cloud services. Given the enormous potential of these technologies to improve educational outcomes, increase access to information and collaboration, and reduce costs, schools and libraries across the nation want to do more, not less, with technology.
Published By: LogMeIn
Published Date: Mar 19, 2015
Remote support technology, including remote control, desktop sharing, and web collaboration, is one of the most popular platforms used across TSIA service disciplines. Today’s remote support solutions offer much more than just remote control for PCs, their functional footprint is expanding to include support for more devices and richer analytics for trend analysis and supervisor dashboards. Remote support solutions are typically well regarded by users, consistently delivering one of the highest average satisfaction scores in TSIA’s annual Global Technology Survey. Service executives should acquaint themselves with the new features and capabilities being introduced by leading remote support platforms and find ways to leverage the capabilities beyond technical support. Field services, education services, professional services, and managed services are all increasing adoption of these tools to boost productivity and avoid on-site visits. Download this white paper to learn more.
The school has a reputation for innovation and makes extensive use of technology to educate its students and to prepare them for the technologies which help shape the world of both work and higher education.
Wi-Fi has perpetually been touted as a rapidly expanding technology. But its growth on educational campuses has been limited. Here are have 9 common myths about wi-fi deployment that we have debunked in this whitepaper.
In today’s 24/7, always-on world, people expect institutions of higher education to lead with technology. Constant connectivity, mobility, and access to rich media anytime, anywhere not only define the educational experience, but also help to attract and retain the best students, faculty, and staff. Western Oregon University (WOU), relies on NetApp to help support its mission of providing effective, technology-powered learning opportunities.
Market leaders build innovative strategies that drive industry change. Harvard Business School’s one-week strategy program for senior executives can help you master strategy development and execution—and set the stage for sustainable competitive advantage.
It’s easy to generate a burst of revenue. But will your strategies deliver consistently high profits over the long term? Discover the risks of strategic inertia and learn how to develop strategies that keep your firm on top—today and tomorrow.
85% of us would rather give up water than mobile apps! We all know it—digital screens have officially invaded our lives. They have grown in popularity, enhancing our personal and professional lives, which includes the learning space. Do they really enhance the learning experience or are they just a distraction?
"Economic conditions have changed the operating landscape for government and educational organizations. Modern, converged networks utilize advanced optical and Ethernet technologies to form a highly flexible and scalable infrastructure capable of delivering many emerging applications and ready to scale far into the future. Additional benefits of building better networks for state and local governments include:
>Better public service at lower taxpayer cost
>Support for emerging applications
in transportation, public safety,
healthcare, and education
>A graceful technology
migration from legacy to
> Preparation for future, unplanned
Download ""Building Better Networks for State and Local Governments"" to discover more today."
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Mar 06, 2017
Education today is described as between paradigms from the traditional to the digital. Students expect a highly engaging interactive learning environment, not stagnant instructor-led designs. Learning technologies, and changing pedagogical methods, are not only changing the way we teach but also the physical environments we teach in. Download now to learn more.
The introduction of bandwidth-intensive learning applications, including video and peer-to-peer applications in teaching has fundamentally transformed the way teachers teach and students learn. The federal E-rate program has forever changed the technology landscape of school districts and libraries in the United States.
Receiving funding is not guaranteed, and following the E-rate process and procedures is critical – especially when thousands, even millions, of dollars are at stake for your district. The rewards that new, education-specific cutting edge education applications deliver to the classroom far outweigh the effort required to participate in the program. This paper briefly examines the promise of new, education-specific applications, the advanced network services that enable them, and the role of the E-rate program.
A new Cisco Systems infrastructure provides Spencer-East Brookfield Regional School District with a robust, scalable foundation for future technology initiatives. Read this case study to find out how the district could effectively demonstrate the value that a smart IT investment could provide to its educational mission.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Apr 30, 2013
Video collaboration expands the reach of education. Walls mean little; oceans even less. Barriers of time and of place are breaking down, allowing students to learn in much different and more profound ways than ever before. Not only is learning more flexible due to mobile video communication solutions, but it can be eye-opening and life-altering as students experience new worlds, new ideas and new possibilities.
Truly, video collaboration is more than just a ”nice to have” technology in education. Today, it is essential to improving student achievement and preparing them as professionals in the global economy.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Apr 30, 2013
One of the simplest, most effective ways to bring healthcare to the community level is through video collaboration. When video technology is enabled through a standards-based, scalable platform, community members can all join a multipoint video call to collaborate and work together with professionals and even with groups of similarly afflicted, empathetic peers to address health issues. Patients benefit from more regular evaluations and better access to specialty support. They participate in live or recorded education sessions—regardless of location or ability to travel. And with today’s move to ubiquitous video, you cannot only do one-to-one video sessions, but groups can meet over video to share ideas and best practices.