In the wake of the pandemic, schools and universities have been one of the most disrupted sectors. As educational institutions return to on-campus learning environments, IT leaders in the K-12 age group are battling with how to design and deploy an IT infrastructure that can meet the demands of an education system that is unrecognizable from March 2020.
In 2022, students, teachers and parents expect a learning experience that is mobile, smart, safe and secure - and that is flexible enough to cope with the threat of new variants and changing work from home and remote schooling mandates. The silver bullet that can give them this experience is by understanding the power of the network. By utilizing new technologies such as IoT and Edge, IT leaders can offer schools a robust network infrastructure that will enable them to offer their students and educators a safe, robust and innovative educational experience.
In episode two of Aruba’s ‘Rethinking the Network’ series, Daniel Rivera, Education Manager at Aruba and Bob Laliberte, Practice Director & Senior Analyst at ESG are sharing how IT leaders can offer this experience and implement and maintain a best-in-class network.
Join them to hear:
- How the right network foundation can support a fully functioning digital learning environment
- What schools and districts must factor into their education technology strategies to be enable students, teachers and administrators to be successful and productive
- How to protect your institution from breaches and ransomware attacks by taking a zero trust approach
- How intuitive software-defined management tools, built-in analytics, and programmable scripting can offer unparalleled insights into network and device activity