Reinventing Stadium Wireless with long range Wi-Fi-6 and auto-onboarding
Learn how San Jose State University is delivering exceptional wireless experiences and increasing attach rates with Wi-Fi 6 and OpenRoaming
Reinventing networking for education in real time
We’re reinventing networking for education in real time. The future of education is based on solutions that are simple to use, work together seamlessly, and are backed by world-class support.
What is the Future of Education? #FutureVoices
What does the future of education look like? Technology-enabled classrooms will be more flexible, collaborative, and creative.
Sprints and Marathons: Distance and Hybrid Learning at UC Irvine
Fail fast, learn faster. Tom Andriola writes about how the COVID-19 marathon has driven innovation and evolution at UCI.
The Hold Music Heard Round the World: Celebrating 100 Million Cisco IP Phones
Cisco marks the milestone of selling its 100 millionth phone. See how The Cisco IP phone brings new innovation to the table and how it’s a game changer for the industry!
‘Better Than Being There’ with Webex, and Enabling Teachers to Inspire Students with Hybrid Learning
Better Than Being There Experiences for all Webex Users and announcing a preview of Webex Classrooms, which adapts Cisco’s highly secure platform to meet the specific online learning needs for the hybrid classroom.
The Future of Education
The future of education opens a new world of possibility. Explore how technology will shape the teaching, learning, and communities of tomorrow.
Beyond edtech: Success in the classroom of the future starts with breakfast—and lunch, and dinner
School buses are on the move. Excitement and anxiety are high—and easy to see. What’s less visible: one in seven of these student passengers doesn’t get enough to eat.
Video Collaboration and Support
Craig Tranter is a former educator, and now serves as a technology presenter for Cisco. This blog is the third in his series on advancements and opportunities in education. All views are his own. We know that students no longer need to be physically present in order to attend a university course. And, from our discussions […]