As universities and colleges continue to meet the challenges caused by the global pandemic, their IT leaders have recognized the importance on an enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure. This collection of Campus Technology-curated higher education resources shows how the right cloud choices can accelerate digital modernization, encourage innovation, improve cybersecurity, elevate IT performance and cut operational costs.

  • Get the 10 Essential Do’s and Don’ts of Building Cloud Infrastructure for Higher Ed

    It's time to tackle the challenging work of re-examining how your institution runs its mission-critical applications. Updating legacy programs — financials, HR, student systems — is where substantive transformation occurs. Start your cloud migration plan here with these expert tips. >

  • University of Colorado Takes a Hybrid Journey to the Cloud

    The University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus (CU Denver) needed to modernize its IT infrastructure. But a wholesale migration to cloud wasn’t an option for the large public research university. When the university needed to refresh hardware for several on-premises database servers, IT leaders knew there had to be a better way. Hybrid was the answer. >

  • Building a Platform of the Future for Higher Education

    Oracle education experts discuss the importance of foundational technologies such as cloud computing, blockchain, digital assistants and artificial intelligence in preparing for today’s issues and tomorrow’s challenges. >

  • Education Begins with Innovation

    Learn. Teach. Build. Do.

    Knowledge, imagination, and scientific method are propelling our world to new heights. People have always had a human thirst for inventiveness, and now we have the skills and technology to bring our ideas to life. That's why Intel equips you—students, researchers, faculty, anyone—to build your own vision of the future. >

  • Help Shape the Future of Technology

    Emerging computer science and other engineering disciplines are opening new paths to innovation. From autonomous machines to embedded design to big data analytics, engineering and computer science is changing faster than ever—and education is evolving to keep pace. Discover Intel’s five technologies to watch. >