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White Papers

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


The Practical Guide to Flipping Your Classroom

Engaging Students Through Online Technology


Higher Education from Anywhere: How to Graduate to a Better Communications Platform

When the pandemic hit, higher ed institutions were faced with a number of challenges to accommodate remote learning and communication needs.


Making the Case for Your Cybersecurity Strategy

Given the "when" not "if" nature of cybersecurity incidents, college executives and administrators need to acknowledge the importance of the topic and invite the experts in regularly to educate them on what's to be done.


Ransomware: Four Ways to Protect Data Now

This white paper looks at how you can thwart digital extortion with a multilayered approach to reduce exposure and recover encrypted data more quickly and effectively.


Higher Education: Ensuring Continuity During a Disruption

This white paper presents a strategy for providing higher education services during planned or unplanned local, national or global business disruptions including:


How to Keep Your Data and Intellectual Property Safe

At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, colleges and universities rushed to give students and staff remote access to the tools they need to work from home. However, many of these tools won’t protect you from threats. Here’s what you need to know to keep your data secure—while providing a great user experience.


Three Ways a Digital Workspace Benefits IT and Employees Alike

Historically, a lot of companies opposed remote work — for different reasons. Some companies and managers were concerned that employees wouldn’t be as productive working remotely or that collaboration might be impacted. Others feared increased security risks.


5 Ways Citrix Workspace Empowers Remote Workers

In today's ever-changing environment, students and staff must be able to do their work from any location, over any network, and using any device — with the same level of security they have when they work on campus.