Why Research Networking Should Matter to a Higher Education Chief Information Officer
Let me share a little secret about being a higher education CIO: most of the decisions I get to make on a daily basis are not technical; they are economic.
E-rate: Trick or Treat?
Applying for E-rate can be tricky at times. But with $3.9B available through E-rate funding to improve network infrastructure, it’s time to treat yourself to some of those dollars.
EDUCAUSE 2017: 8 Things You’ll Take Back to Your University
Get ready to take some serious notes! Cisco’s Higher Education experts have a lot to share when they meet you in person at EDUCAUSE.
Cisco at EDUCAUSE: Reimagining Higher Education
Digital technology is changing teaching and learning. Although, if we’re honest, the changes are not due as much to the technology itself as to the culture of innovation it inspires.
The Time Is Now—Capture Your Share of E-rate Funding
A new eSchool News special report describes how K-12 schools and libraries can use E-rate to help build a network infrastructure that will position them for ed-tech success.
The Digitally Connected Campus
Craig Tranter is a former educator, and now serves as a technology presenter for Cisco. This blog is the fourth in his series on advancements and opportunities in education. All views are his own. Let’s talk about a campus of the future. Imagine a digitally connected campus where students can access content from any device, […]
An IT Security Top 5 from the University of Oklahoma
The University of Oklahoma focuses on cybersecurity year round, but National Cyber Security Awareness Month provides an opportunity to drive action with users and highlight their IT Security Top 5.
Cisco, E-rate, and the Digital Journey in K-12
New and emerging technologies are fueling exciting innovation in education, and students are embracing new ways of learning. Funding support from the E-rate program helps make technology investments more affordable.
Innovation in Technology Drives Improved Educational Outcomes in Regional Australia
I have spent the past decade talking about the positive impact of innovation and technology on educational outcomes, including for regional, rural and remote students. The transition to a knowledge-based economy is demanding changes in our education system and skills mix, especially in ensuring that traditionally disadvantaged groups are able to participate fully in a […]