How Higher Education Can Create Cost Efficiency Through Managed Services
One year since the pandemic began, colleges and universities still face uncertainty around when students will fully return to in-person learning. In the United States, only 35 percent of students have returned to schools for in-person learning full-time. The majority of students continue to attend virtual school, or some mix of remote and in-person classes. And even as vaccine distribution ramps up and provides a glimmer of hope for a return to in-person learning, remote learning will remain a required service in the days, months and perhaps even years to come.
How Managed Service Providers Can Help Higher Education Address the Challenges Brought On By COVID-19
From outsourcing IT services requests, to managing cloud migration, to improving security architecture, managed service providers (MSPs) offer their clients a variety of services to navigate the increasingly complex, unpredictable technological world.
Why Higher Ed CIOs Should Embrace Moving to the Cloud
Editor's note: A version of this article was originally published by InformationWeek. An initial cloud migration investment can deliver both immediate and long-term benefits -- especially if the infrastructure evolves along with an institution's digital operations.
How Managed Services Can Support Higher Education’s Emerging Tech Trends in 2021
See some higher ed tech trends for 2021 and how a managed services provider can help
Powering Higher Education's Switch to Virtual Learning and the Cloud with Managed Services
Make your higher ed IT cloud migration easier with a managed services provider
Higher Education Solutions
Our managed cloud offerings help CIOs reduce risk, improve network speed, and save the cost of frequent software and hardware upgrades.
Managed Services and IT Support for Higher Education
Whether or not students and faculty return to campuses in the next few months, investment in digital infrastructure, remote-ready platforms or tools and online learning resources will be crucial to the successful future of higher ed.
What Higher Demand for Virtual Learning Means for Higher Education
Before the impact of COVID-19 sent students home earlier this spring, global digital spend in the education industry was projected to grow to $342 billion by 2025. Virtually everyone from the academic community is now working or learning from home, so plans to invest in digital have accelerated.