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Thought Leadership | The Changing Landscape of IT Delivery and Consumption in Education: White Paper

Hear from Thought Leaders in both higher education and K-12 about their thoughts on how the cloud is altering the IT infrastructure in education, changing the way schools deliver and consume IT services. At the center of this new infrastructure is the network. No longer just "plumbing" in the infrastructure, the network is now a strategic asset. As more and more IT functions, including software and platforms, are offered as a cloud service, the network infrastructure that securely and reliably enables the consumption of these services becomes increasingly important. So how does this look in real-world environments? Campus Technology and T.H.E. Journal spoke with a panel of education technology experts to get their insight.

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Leveraging Managed Wireless Services with E-rate: White Paper

In 2014, the FCC made changes to the E-rate program to open up new options for bringing Wi-Fi into schools. The E-rate program also now allows schools to take advantage of managed wireless services, which can go a long way to maximizing the value of your E-rate dollars.


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Creative Thinking: Why Multi-mode Devices are Finding a Place in K-12 Classrooms: White Paper

Keeping up with classroom device needs in K-12 is not just a technology decision. Students want consumer functionality. Teachers expect trouble-free integration of devices with minimal need for tech support, and IT hopes for affordable machines that are durable and manageable. A new type of device has come to the forefront that meets these requirements in a rugged and education-friendly form: the multi-mode computer.