The Influx of iPads, Tablets and Wi-Fi Enabled Devices on Campus
— Is your Wireless Network prepared?

Colleges and universities see value in intelligent wireless networking. Mobility is the new norm, faculty and students expect to connect without wires. They depend on it to support faculty and to prepare students for an increasingly mobile world, educational organizations must fully integrate wireless into their connectivity strategy. If you have any questions about your wireless network infrastructure, please send an email to info@xirrus.com

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Avoid Your Wi-Fi Network Getting Crushed by BYOD: White Paper

From its inception, Xirrus has understood that traditional enterprise Wi-Fi solutions are not built to effectively scale to handle expanding wireless performance requirements. In this whitepaper we discuss building a wireless network to support in the influx of Wi-Fi enabled devices.

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How Software-Defined Networking will Redefine the Intelligent Campus : White Paper

While colleges and universities have begun using 802.11ac to address networking capacity gaps, it may be time to architect a move away from a campus deployment focus altogether and embrace a new, open approach for meeting networking demands.


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Thought Leadership | The Changing Landscape of IT Delivery and Consumption in Education: White Paper

Hear from Thought Leaders in both higher education and K-12 about their thoughts on how the cloud is altering the IT infrastructure in education, changing the way schools deliver and consume IT services. At the center of this new infrastructure is the network. No longer just "plumbing" in the infrastructure, the network is now a strategic asset. As more and more IT functions, including software and platforms, are offered as a cloud service, the network infrastructure that securely and reliably enables the consumption of these services becomes increasingly important. So how does this look in real-world environments? Campus Technology and T.H.E. Journal spoke with a panel of education technology experts to get their insight.


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Public Sector Reacts Positively to the Changes in IT Consumption: White Paper

Download this White Paper to learn the important results from an IDC Government Insights survey indicating that government and education IT managers are both struggling to deal with the complexities introduced by the consumerization of IT, and also looking to take advantage of the increased functionality brought forth by these changes. This InfoBrief report highlights some of these new opportunities, while stressing the importance of building a flexible, high- performance network that can help organizations adapt to these changes.


Reduce Downtime with Database Replication: White Paper

In a world where data is king, having a reliable way to back up massive amounts of critical data is crucial. In fact, reliability and data accuracy are the top must-haves in a database replication solution, according to a survey of 150 information technology decision-makers in the higher education industry. Read this Digital Dialogue to learn how to achieve reliable backup and reduced downtime.


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  • iPads in the Classroom: Understanding Wi-Fi Performance and Device Management for BYOD

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    The Gartner Group recently commented "Without proper planning deploying iPads will require 300% more Wi-Fi." That statement reflects the dramatic impact the iPad has had on networks. It is not just iPads though – over 1 million wireless-only mobile devices (tablets, smart phones, etc.) are being activated every day. The majority of Wi-Fi networks are just not designed to support these loads.
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