Network Design for Community Colleges
Listen to the live CISCO webcast
Wednesday, June 30, 12:00 noon PST / 3:00 pm Eastern
Community colleges are faced with the daunting task of doing more with less, facing explosive growth as budgets are reduced due to funding cuts. The campus network can be a powerful platform for delivering new and improved services, enabling operational efficiencies and reducing costs.
Join this free, one-hour webcast to learn about the Cisco Service Ready Architecture (SRA) for Community Colleges, a framework for designing and implementing a highly available network for the 21st century learning environment. Using this validated reference design, institutions can:
- Create a 21st century virtual learning environment to enable highly interactive and collaborative learning and teaching experiences while delivering any content, anytime, anywhere, to any device
- Optimize data center design to extend cost reduction, improve utilization of underused network capacity, and add flexibility through business process improvements
- Provide safety and security on campus by utilizing a platform architecture that proactively protects students, faculty, and staff
- Allow for facilities management to interact with building controls, measure power consumption, and control energy output to reduce energy cost and carbon footprint, creating greener and more energy efficient campuses.
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