High Density Wireless Networks for Higher Education
(Original Workshop - Thursday, September 27, 2012)
With backpacks filled with smartphones, gaming devices as well as tablet and laptop computers, today’s student body depends on wireless connectivity. At school, it means that on-the-go students, teachers, and administrators connect to information in real time, interact with one another using a variety of communication devices, and extend the learning environment beyond the classroom to virtually every corner of campus. However, this new freedom makes new demands on school networks, which must adapt to accommodate this unprecedented influx of users, devices, and applications—all for the betterment of education.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the steps IT needs to take to be prepared to accommodate virtually any personal mobile device and expand wireless access campus wide.
Hear real-life examples from Jim Florwick, Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco Systems, and Charles E. Spurgeon, Senior Network Architect at the University of Texas.