New Cisco and Microsoft Partnership is Redefining Hybrid Work and Learning in Universities
True Hybrid Work and Learning is underpinned by secure connectivity, high levels of functionality and rich analytics and is helping drive universities forward in many areas.
Hybrid Work in Higher Education: What’s Next?
What's next for hybrid work in higher education? Find out as we share our survey results from 873 college administrators. Plus, discover key takeaways that can help you plan for the future of hybrid work at your institution.
School Tech Trends: Making Sense of AI, Security, and Future IT Workforce
Does the rapid growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and the increasing need for security have you wondering how to make the best use of technology in learning? Hear from CIsco's education experts as they explore the key trends in school technology that they're seeing globally and in the U.S.
Colorado Springs District 11: Leading the Way to an Inclusive Future
Join “Coffee and Conversations” as Kathy New, Network Communications Administrator for the Colorado Springs District 11 (CO D11), reveals how they’re leading the way in providing flexible teaching and learning experiences for students and teachers. Listen now.
Building Bridges to a Sustainable Future
Rethinking and reimagining education is the power of Cisco. As ISTE 2023 nears, we’re focused on helping educational institutions create the classrooms of the future, so they can set their students and staff up for success. See how in our latest blog.
AI and Flexible Hybrid Environments Key to Frictionless Engagement
Is AI the key to delivering a user experience that feels frictionless but familiar to users, helping increase student engagement? Join education expert Neal Tilley as he explores technologies that are already doing so.
Education Networks: Sound, Secure, and Robust
Discover the essentials to keeping your education network sound, secure, and robust for learning and how AI is helping re-imagine education.
Saugus Union School District: “No Tech” to “Full Tech”
With some systems still running Windows 95-based platforms and a lack of wireless capabilities, Saugus Union School District realized the need to move from "no tech" to "full tech" blazingly fast - find out how they made it happen.