Mobile devices and data-driven decision-making tip the scales in Gartner's midyear re-evaluation of top IT trends.More
Apple computers are making a big comeback on university campuses, driven by the surging popularity of the brand. For IT departments used to dealing with Windows-based PCs, this trend requires support staff to learn new skills and adopt new tools to support a growing range of platforms and devices.More
Building-management solution includes digital signage, room scheduling, audio-visual, HVAC, voice and data, energy, and security technologies.
This week, unified communications vendor Polycom announced that the University of the West of England is providing Polycom RealPresence video-collaboration solutions to staff and students across its network of campuses. More
The Internet Society held its World IPv6 Launch event last week, with participating companies making the switch to IPv6 permanent.More
An analysis of online transactions highlights schools with the lowest fraud rates.More
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Cisco Bring Your Own Device for Education: Getting More Devices Simply and Securely Connected
Sponsored by: Cisco
Students, teachers, and staff expect to connect to the network with
different devices, regardless of who owns the devices. Enable them to
teach, learn, and work their way on any device, anytime and anywhere,
while affording IT the controls to contain costs, ensure security and
capacity, and prevent data loss. Simply, securely, connected.