October 13, 2010
Cisco will highlight its higher education innovation pavilion that fosters innovation and growth, during the 2010 Educause annual conference. Cisco education executives will discuss how these solutions increasing efficiency, help researchers work better together, and attract more research dollars to their institutions. Additionally, Cisco is extending its Smart+Connected Communities vision by taking advantage of advanced video technology to instill remote education services.
- Experience New Cisco Research and Administrative Computing Solutions for Higher Education
- Additional Featured Capabilities to Improve the Higher Education Environment
- Video-enabled teaching and learning (integrated with recently acquired Tandberg technologies)
- Web-based collaboration across locations
- Energy management
- Wireless access and mobility
- Distance and online learning
- Campus safety and security
- Panel Discussion: Improving Campus Safety at California State University (Channel Islands) – Thursday, Oct. 14, 2-2:50 pm in Room 210A
For the first time, Cisco Research and Administrative Computing Solutions for Higher Education will be demonstrated to attending media. These new solutions are designed to deliver advanced collaboration and computing power to drive innovation economically and efficiently, and to facilitate research interactions worldwide.
Experts will discuss how Cisco's Connected Learning suite is improving the higher education environment by helping faculty and staff to increase efficiency, deliver next-generation learning environments, and improve safety and security. This suite allows educators and administrators to realize greater economies of scale and decrease cost, effectively doing more with less. The Connected Learning suite includes on- and off-campus solutions focused on:
WHEN: Oct. 12-15, 2010
2010 Educause annual conference, Booth 1730
Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif.
To arrange an interview or booth visit with Cisco executives, contact Al Black, Qorvis Communications, at email@example.com or 703.581.5105.
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