#Education

September 30, 2015

EDUCATION

Summary – #WednesdayWalkabout Series: Learn Without Limits

What if… …We lived in a world where each and every child has equal access to a quality education… …A place where all students can learn new and innovative skills,...

September 15, 2015

NETWORKING

“Go Digital” Education Mandates Simplified with Cisco Mobility Express

As digital textbooks, laptops and tablets becomes the new normal of classroom tools – but education budgets for resources and personnel decline – Cisco’s Mobility Express Solution provides...

June 16, 2015

DIGITAL AND SOCIAL

We don’t need ‘The Rock’ to save the day, we just need to ‘Get Social’!

Mobile applications and sensors are commonly used to monitor traffic, health & wellness and incidents such as road traffic accidents.  But what about the threat of catastrophic disasters such as earthquakes where the loss of life can be unprecedented? The sun drenched, Californian city of Pasadena is known for hosting the annual Rose Bowl Football […]

June 5, 2015

EDUCATION

Join us at Cisco Live to see how IoE Improves Learning Outcomes

Analysts agree that academic institutions worldwide face more complex challenges than ever before and are under tremendous pressure to cut costs. At the same time, they also need to provide greater access to education, increased security, and improved outcomes and services, among others. Through solutions enabled by the Internet of Everything (IoE), these academic institutions […]

June 4, 2015

EDUCATION

Cisco Education: Learn Without Limits

There’s no doubt that learning is changing. In the past, learning was constrained by time and place. We all might remember, fondly or not, the traditional...

February 4, 2015

PARTNER

Partner Voices: Making the Grade

This past week, I had the opportunity to speak with Dawn Kerwick, Vice-President of Marketing at ePlus. She had some great insight into what ePlus has been doing in the education sector, and I wanted to share that with you as part of the Partner Voices series. Rather than hear me blather on, I’ll just turn it over and let you hear what Dawn had to say, in her own words: