Local governments and higher education institutions provide similar services to their communities, including parking, transportation, public safety, facilities management and wayfinding aids. That's one reason that cities and colleges are partnering to develop and test smart city technologies — networking, Internet of Things devices and data analytics — that make these services safer and more efficient.
University IT leaders may be used to the process of IT upgrades, both large and small. However, digital transformation initiatives are forcing universities to expand their thinking around technology integrations on campus. We spoke with experts to understand just what constitutes a digital transformation and what it means for university stakeholders.
Students, faculty and staff are dependent on strong, reliable campus network connections, which means IT leaders will need to have an infrastructure that can support large numbers of users at any given time. See how Butler University upgraded its Wi-Fi to mitigate bottlenecks in high-traffic areas on campus.
University classrooms and research laboratories don't usually have much room to spare. Check out our show floor hands-on experience with one of Dell's new desktop solutions, designed to help higher education faculty, students and staff save space without negotiating on performance.
Answers to frequently asked questions can be helpful, but what happens when important questions are left out of an FAQ? EdTech visited security vendors to find out what infrequently asked questions IT leaders may want to consider when building out their campus security infrastructure.