White Papers

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


Executive Summary: Higher Education Prepares Students for Modern Workforce

Technology certainly plays a vital role in education today. It helps students learn more efficiently and acquire the skills they will need to compete in the modern workforce. Campus Technology recently conducted a survey of education IT administrators, college and university administrators and faculty to better understand how technology is actually helping students. The results paint an encouraging and detailed portrait of how college and university students are getting ready to contribute as productive citizens in a changing and technology-driven workforce. Register here to receive an executive summary and analysis of the results.


Infographic: Get Students Ready With Real-World Skills

As the world becomes more technology-driven, students must be better equipped to enter the real world and a world of work that is equally technology-driven. Colleges and universities are rising to the challenge of applying technology to help students get ready. By registering to receive this infographic, you can see the results of a recent Campus Technology survey of education IT administrators, college and university administrators and faculty. The intent was to better understand how technology is actually helping prepare students for the real world. Register here to receive your copy of this enlightening infographic.


The Secure Campus: Preparing For and Implementing Network-Based Physical Security

Physical security for buildings and campuses is being revolutionized. Smart locks managed via the network are replacing traditional mechanical locks and bringing great benefits in terms of safety, security, flexibility, lower costs, and better data tracking.


Customer Talk: How we improved end-user experience with Service Desk

CareWorx Service Desk offering is more than just a help desk outsourcing solution. We are an IT company and have the technical knowledge to ensure your end-users receive an exceptional support experience.


Understanding When to Choose a Workstation vs. PCs in Higher Education

Technological innovations that were experimental, risky and cost-prohibitive just a few years ago are rapidly and widely being adopted in our workplaces, scientific and artistic pursuits, and learning institutions. Colleges and universities seek to take best advantage of such fast-changing technology as they compete for gifted students and high-profile faculty. Digital curricula and the complex computing requirements that result when learning is enhanced with virtual reality, 3D modeling and data intensive applications can be challenging and costly to accommodate. However, solid, powerful, proven workstation technology that relies on the most advanced capabilities of modern operating systems and hardware components empowers students to develop skills that allow them to contribute in a digital economy, no matter what career choice they make. Download this white paper from Dell and Intel® to help you understand when you should choose a workstation versus a PC for higher education courses.


A Shift to Active Learning Environments

At college and university classrooms nationwide a shift is afoot, with innovative teaching arrangements and approaches creating more active learning environments—and fostering collaborations between student and teacher that are making learning more personalized. Learn how Dell and Intel® are partnering with a range of higher education institutions to speed the transformation.


Tackling the Ransomware Threat

Ransomware and malware attacks have been capturing recent headlines. Local governments and organizations in Scotland, the United States, and Japan have reportedly been targeted, with at least one case resulting in a very public, high profile outage. These attacks are now reported to have spread across both public and private sector industries.


Managing Higher Education Cybersecurity: Think Holistically

Cyberattacks are evolving into an increasingly sophisticated for-profit business. Academic research, personal data, and disruption of operations provide attractive targets for both internet criminals and nation states. Colleges and universities must find ways to counter threats to these while maintaining a networking environment that fosters learning.