The five essentials for building a next-generation campus network

Today, 9 out of 10 Australian students have access to a computer on campus1 and 75% of teachers believe digital learning content will replace printed text books in the next 10 years2. Campuses are evolving, with an explosion of smart devices hitting their networks from 3D printers, IoT devices and interactive whiteboards. Building technology-rich learning environments is no longer optional, it’s become essential for enhanced student engagement, personalised learning, and collaboration. As schools set out to reinvent themselves, a robust, reliable network has never been more critical.

In this eBook, we cover the five essentials to deliver a powerful, modern network that supports mobility, provides seamless access, and maintains a safe and secure digital environment for staff and students alike.

Ready to embrace The Anywhere Classroom?

Data#3 is a proud partner of Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, whose next-generation network solutions are tackling today’s challenges head-on, and preparing for what tomorrow brings. To learn how your school can embrace the opportunities that cloud, mobility and emerging technologies are offering, get in touch with a Data#3 Network Specialist today.

1. Lenovo (2019). Infographic: The Rise of BYOD in Australian Schools. [Online] Available at: http://www.thinkfwd.com.au/education/article/The-rise-of-byod-inaustralian-schools#.XNypYZMzaDV
2. Deloitte (2016). Deloitte Digital Education Survey. [Online] Available at: https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/pages/technology-media-and-telecommunications/articles/digital-education-survey.html

Tags: Network Security, Education, The Anywhere Classroom, Networking, Aruba, HPE Aruba, Tertiary Education, K-12 Education, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

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