White Papers

Higher education white papers and case studies from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.


2016 State of Learning Support Report

Only 9% of colleges and universities currently provide mobile student support. Learn how your support options impact your student experience and satisfaction rates.


Alabama College Creates High Tech Classroom by Installing InFocus Mondopad

For two years, one of Birmingham-Southern College’s (BSC) 53 classrooms sat empty and unused. The mid-sized, three-tiered room, which featured a chalkboard, a small table-like podium, at least one chair missing its back and cables hanging from the ceiling that had once connected a long-gone piece of display equipment, was merely wasted space.


The State of Integration in Higher Ed Tech

As colleges and universities increasingly adopt the cloud and shared services, IT organizations face the complex challenges of re-engineering and re-sourcing the major systems and services of their campus enterprises. That calls for application integration, which encompasses data integration. To understand how and why IT is undertaking these efforts transform its services, Campus Technology queried higher education leaders about their latest integration projects. Learn more with this informative Infographic!


Secure App Delivery for Today’s Mobile- Ready Campus

This white paper discusses an approach to empower full mobility and productivity for users at educational institutions. With Citrix® XenApp®, campus IT can streamline the delivery Windows applications and data securely, with a like-native experience, on any device, anywhere students, faculty and staff choose to teach, learn and work.


Delivering Secure Apps and Data Across Devices, Networks and Campuses

This white paper examines how Citrix® XenApp® can dramatically reduce the effort required to protect mission-critical information, while giving users fast, simple, flexible remote access that enhances learning and business continuity.


Achieve Learning Continuity and Keep Constituents Productive with Remote Access

Unforeseen events can cause substantial downtime and learning disruptions for students and teachers. Preparing for the unexpected can seem like an impossible task, but with a well-defined planned learning can continue without interference. Utilizing virtualization and mobility technologies allows IT to provide seamless access to apps, data and collaboration tools, enables the ability to provide support or troubleshoot remotely ensuring students are engaged and can stay productive anywhere, anytime.


Five Steps for Creating a Mobile-Ready Campus to Increase Student Success

Today, educators at all levels – from primary to community colleges and universities – are facing the need to facilitate new learning outcomes made possible by aggressive IT modernization. But they are also constrained by budgets and small IT staffs, making flexibility, scalability and affordability top priorities. Download this informative white paper to learn how to develop a workable plan to embrace mobile IT and meet today's - and tomorrow's - learning needs.


Help Students Succeed with Anywhere Access to IT

Embracing mobility is key to supporting learning outcomes at all levels. App and desktop virtualization allow IT to streamline management and processes while providing students, faculty and staff with seamless, secure access to the apps and data they need to be successful.