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  • 163 Campuses Rank Top Drivers for Faster Wireless on Campus
    Sponsored by: Brocade
    This benchmark report conducted by the Aberdeen Group provides an analysis into the top pressures driving the higher education sector to implement 802.11n Wireless LANs (WLANs), and how this affects the strategies and actions institutions choose in response.

  • Web 2.0 Apps & Social Media Usage Made Manageable w/ Broadband
    Sponsored by: SonicWall
    State University of New York (SUNY) College at Old Westbury struggled to manage bandwidth-hungry Web 2.0 applications and social media sites that overwhelmed their networks. This free case study details SUNY's path to regain control their networks while and lower costs.

  • New Ways to Utilize a Learning Management System
    Sponsored by: CampusCruiser
    Maximize the capabilities of your institution's learning management system (LMS) and provide students with easy, one-stop access to grades, discussion groups, and assignments, and faculty and administrators with increased efficiency through faculty workstations, flexible course templates, content migration, and multimedia publishing.

  • Expand Student Learning and Experiences with Video Conferencing
    Sponsored by: Aver Information
    Video conferencing is an essential tool with a broad range of uses in colleges and universities. It enriches the learning experience for students and saves significant time and expense for faculty and administrators. This free white paper details the innovative ways you can use video conferencing on your campus.

  • Windows 7 for Apps: A Migration Lesson Plan for Educational Institutions
    Sponsored by: Dell
    Is your university ready for Windows 7? Study up on what your classrooms need to support the ever-growing multimedia workloads and new applications with a Windows 7 migration – all while keeping your legacy apps flowing smoothly and maintaining a flawless end-user experience.