Technology also helps prepare students for the workforce. Schools like Rose State College and Massachusetts Bay Community College are building the next generation of cybersecurity professionals through robust training programs.
IT decisions can have less obvious yet equally important effects on students. Ransomware attacks at Michigan State University and California State University San Marcos taught IT leaders valuable lessons about protecting sensitive student data.
Having resilient IT infrastructure that supports a university’s overall technology ecosystem is vital for uninterrupted teaching and learning. Schools like Clarke University and Piedmont Community College are continually modernizing and fine-tuning operations to ensure consistent uptime and peak performance.
When universities invest in technology solutions and services with students in mind, it can only help contribute to their overall success in college and in their careers.
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