With Cisco Unified Workspaces, faculty and students experience the flexibility of using any device to securely access any information, any application, and any expertise—from anywhere—for efficient, productive teaching, learning and research.

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Tablets in Education: Is Your Network Ready?: White Paper

The influx of tablets and other unmanaged devices in schools creates a complex set of problems that require an architectural approach for resolution.

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10 Steps to Getting IT Learners Job Ready: White Paper

Demand for IT and computer science talent is at an all time high. Are your learners career ready? These 10 tips will accelerate your learners time to competency. This white paper illustrates effective ways to better prepare tech talent for the workplace.

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How Institutions Are Meeting The Coming Bandwidth Tsunami: White Paper

A massive growth in network bandwidth requirements in higher education is underway, driven by factors ranging from e-learning to research needs to rapidly growing residential networks. High-performance managed optical fiber networks are in use already by governments, commercial carriers, large enterprises, and many higher education and research institutions. As the bandwidth wave sweeps forward, how can you best position your institution’s network to serve your users? Campus Technology interviewed a panel of experts in education technology networks, asking them to share their strategies for meeting future network demand.

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Education IT administrators are grappling with rapidly changing student needs and usage habits. The old way of providing computer access on campus is giving way to increased mobility and access to applications across many device types. See how three universities modernized their IT platforms to transform the way students learn and do research with on-demand IT services.

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The Cisco Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solution supports anytime, anywhere, any-device usage, while facilitating change in IT control and management to balance the needs of both users and IT.

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From classroom learning to collaborative research to meeting with colleagues around the world, Cisco Collaboration solutions can dramatically improve productivity, foster innovation, and streamline administration.

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The Cisco Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI) Solution provides virtual desktops, voice, video, and applications within a unified environment that makes the next generation of collaborative education possible.

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