Zombie and Non-Zombie Technologies and What We Should Be Teaching in Basic Networking Classes
In the networking field, there are a number of technologies that should be dead but that still linger on, at least in our folklore and training, if not actually installed in modern networks. There are also concepts and technologies that are extensively used in modern networks, but that aren’t taught in most basic networking classes.
The Best Thinking in Higher Education IT
The largest Higher Education IT event of the year, EDUCAUSE 2013 takes place in Anaheim, California October 15-18. We will be there along with about 5,000 key decision makers from the United States, Canada, and around the world. If you are planning to attend, visit the Cisco team at booth #601, where we will showcase […]
Register Now for ISTE 2013
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference will take place in San Antonio, TX from June 23rd through June 26th. ISTE is an annual conference providing hundreds of sessions, emerging education tech solutions, keynotes, face to face demonstrations and a collaboration of like-minded educators. To register for this event please click here. Join […]
Tablets in K-12 Education: Design Your Wireless Network for Tomorrow
Whenever I travel for business, I take my tablet along. It connects me to work email, it plays my favorite music and it allows me to catch up on Red Sox games during baseball season. It is also a filled with pre-K apps for my son to learn his numbers and letters in preparation for […]