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As student demographics continue to change and enrollment slows down, higher education is going through a rapid transformation. Meanwhile, forces such as financing, tuition costs, government policies, and technological developments help define the new reality of the higher education landscape. With evolving student needs, higher education institutions need to address these challenges by adopting modern marketing solutions like Oracle Marketing Cloud for Student Engagement, to improve student experiences and enhance enrollment outreach going forward.
Sponsored By Oracle Marketing Cloud
With the ever-changing advances in technology and the internet, it is imperative that you stay on top of the latest security measures at your institution to protect sensitive data. Download this comprehensive eBook highlighting recent security trends in education to learn more about what you need to do to protect your institution from potential threats.
Sponsored By Thawte
The era of mobility is here. Universities are expected to provide networks capable of managing bandwidth-intensive applications such as video, virtual desktops, and cloud computing. Given the pressure from students, faculty, and staff to provide a fast, efficient network many IT leaders are aggressively deploying 802.11AC to meet the challenge.
Sponsored By ADTRAN
The right assessment tool can transform how faculty view and use assessments-with immediate impact on student success. With the increasing pressure from accreditors and the public to validate the educational experience, the mounting financial stresses, rising tuition costs and increased competition, the pressure to find new ways to measure, monitor and report on the intrinsic value of college education has never been greater. Download this Industry Perspective to explore how assessment software can become a tool to allow faculty to improve exams, courses, curricula, engagement and pedagogy.
Sponsored By ExamSoft Worldwide, Inc.
With the ubiquity of end-user computing long established, organizations now are grappling with a tough dilemma: Users want enterprise-class performance and availability, but they demand the flexibility to use familiar devices and applications—anywhere, and at any time. Desktops as a service (DaaS) can be a great way to give users what they want and deliver a superior user experience, leading to greater productivity.
Sponsored By VMware
Most organizations believe that in the unlikely event of a natural or manmade disaster, their disaster recovery(DR) plan will keep them up and running. But the reality is, these events happen more often than you realize. Plus, only about 60 percent of businesses have documented DR plans1, and most of those plans aren’t up to snuff. They typically cover servers and networks, but don’t address the desktops that workers rely on to do their jobs. Historically, desktop DR has been too expensive. But if your desktops go down, your employees could be out of work for days and the effect on your business could be devastating. To combat this, more organizations are turning to cloud-hosted desktop DR—an affordable, easy way to ensure workforce continuity,whenever or wherever disaster strikes.
Sponsored By VMware
Colleges and universities face considerable end-user computing challenges today. Download this White Paper to learn how moving to cloud-hosted desktops and apps as-a-service can help.
Sponsored By VMware
Is there a digital skills gap residing on your campus?
Many colleges and universities are harboring at least one digital skills gap. These chasms not only present real obstacles to learning, but can lead to a future skills mismatch as graduates enter the workplace. But, there are ways to close the digital skills gap and move toward digital fluency.
Sponsored By Grovo Learning