Gain valuable insights about network infrastructure in our May 2011 e-newsletter.
|In This Issue: Focus on Network Infrastructure
BANDWIDTH: Colleges speed up their networks
|May 3, 2011
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Surviving a Total Upgrade
Central Michigan University and Case Western Reserve University upgrade their networks to deliver faster bandwidth speeds and offer students, faculty and staff greater mobility around campus.
Why 10 Gig-E Makes Sense
Purdue University, Charleston Southern University and SUNY Old Westbury opt for 10 Gigabit Ethernet to support bandwidth-intensive applications and data consolidation and virtualization projects.
Get Ready for the Cloud
Cloud computing promises lower IT costs and reduced staffing levels, but it also puts new pressures on enterprise networks. These five tips will prepare your network for the cloud.
Cisco's Small-Office Switch
Cisco's small-office switch supports everything from IPv6 to VoIP and is easy enough for staffers in a small or satellite office to set up without help from IT.
The brains and benefits of
infrastructure as a service
See how Indiana University IT leaders leveraged years of virtualization experience to bring a pay-as-you-go Intelligent Infrastructure to departments and regional campuses seeking disaster recovery, scalability and operational savings.
The Future Is Now: Colleges and universities are upgrading their networks to support the latest video and wireless apps. Here are five best practices for when you make the move.
Virtualization and Infrastructure Optimization: Gain the most value from your enterprise infrastructure via virtualization and other optimization solutions.
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