Discover what smart strategies, solutions and practices you can be implementing to prepare your IT infrastructure for the inevitable technological changes coming to your campus.
The adoption of new technologies in education – such as mobile devices, digital content, online assessments and social collaboration tools – is creating more personalized, accessible and student-centered learning. This change is exactly what education needs to meet the demands of next-generation learning and prepare students for the future workforce. However, the migration to digital learning environments is creating new demands on networking, straining education’s digital foundation. This Center for Digital Education thought leadership paper discusses a new approach to networking, highlighting the limitations of traditional education networking strategies and outlining the benefits this newer, more distributed approach can bring. It also outlines requirements that a new networking strategy should address such as reliability, compliance, quality of services and security.