The New Higher Education Network: Enhancing the College Experience with Digital Applications and Amenities

 

Over the past eight years states have cut annual higher education funding by an average of 20 percent.[1] In this challenging environment, higher education leaders report that spending more to keep up with changes in technology is their top priority.[2]

Whether for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) support, online classes, digital content, or learning management systems, campus networks are the lynchpin of today’s higher education experience. The connectivity demands of the most tech-savvy student population in history place new pressures on colleges and universities to keep pace. Learn why network performance is an essential ingredient in supporting student enrollment and retention, academic scholarship and research, as well as new revenue opportunities for higher education institutions.

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[1] “Years of Cuts Threaten to Put College Out of Reach for More Students,” Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, May 2015

[2] The KPMG Higher Education Outlook Survey, September 2014

 

 

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