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Cisco and Australian College Bring Classrooms to the Home

For many people, learning is best done in the classroom. But what if, either because of illness or geography, a student can’t be in the classroom? The next best thing is creating a connected learning environment. At Australia’s Open Access College (OAC) in Adelaide and Port Augusta, more than 200 instructors are leading lessons to […]

September 29, 2016

WIRELESS AND MOBILITY

Colombian University and Cisco Technology: A Great Fit

You know that updating your wireless network has a lot of benefits. But one of the challenges of an organization updating its own network is the speed in which it can be done. You want to make sure your new network is deployed quickly AND correctly. Universidad EAFIT located in Medellín, Antioquia Colombia wanted a […]

September 8, 2016

WIRELESS AND MOBILITY

Spanish University Takes a Big Leap into the Future with Cisco

Spain’s University of León was slowly starting to fall behind the country’s other universities. The reason? An outdated wireless network was making it tough for communication and idea sharing. Both the teachers and the students were equally frustrated by the speed of the network and consequently it wasn’t being used much anymore. This is not […]

Hospital’s Growth Spurt is a “Big Easy” for Cisco

Growth is a part of any successful business. Unfortunately so are the pains that come with that expansion. Consider Louisiana’s largest non-profit, academic, healthcare system: Ochsner Health System. During the last 10 years, Ochsner Health System has exploded from one hospital to 28 owned and affiliated hospitals, 50 health centers, a fitness chain, hotel, retail […]

Going Dutch: Cisco Aids Netherlands School in Expanding Bandwidth

For such a basic idea, BYOD can turn into a complex issue. Network administrators at ROC Friese Poort, a school of 13,000 students in the Netherlands, were concerned that their wireless network’s capacity and performance wasn’t robust enough to handle the influx of devices on campus. Combating the inadequacies of their network was beginning to […]