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University of Maryland University College: Empowering Faculty and Staff with Desktop Technology: White Paper

To enhance IT services for faculty and staff across the United States, University of Maryland University College (UMUC) needed to replace out-of-lifecycle desktop hardware and software quickly and efficiently, and with minimal risk of downtime to staff services. Read this case study to learn how UMUC leveraged new technology and Dell Infrastructure Consulting Services to increase productivity with better app performance, to maximize uptime with faster issue resolution, and to drive efficiency and cost savings through desktop standardization.

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5 Best Practices: How Innovative Universities are Incorporating 3D Printing into the Classroom: White Paper

Implementing 3D printing technology at a college or university is just the first step. This report offers advice for helping faculty integrate 3D printing into their courses to improve student learning.


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On the Defense: How Higher Education Institutions Can Significantly Reduce Data Breaches with the SANS 20: White Paper

Approximately one-third of colleges and universities have experienced a significant data breach in the last ten years. As a result, many institutions are conducting external data security audits and increasing security controls. The System Administration, Networking, and Security (SANS) Institute has developed a 20-point checklist of critical security controls that represent the gold standard for a comprehensive data security plan. This white paper discusses how the Institute’s recommendations, combined with the right technology, can help you implement the optimum data security strategy.


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Meeting the Growing Demand for Non-Traditional Education: White Paper

The number of adult students in continuing education and workforce development programs is projected to increase 23% by 2019 – representing a higher percentage of the higher education market than 18- to 22-year olds. To serve the adult market, you must be able to launch courses quickly in response to demand and provide a user-friendly online shopping experience with flexible registration and payment options. This white paper reviews how to put the right systems in place to effectively manage, and increase revenue from, your non-traditional programs.