Cloud Computing Management

HP Cloud-Managed Networking for primary and secondary schools

Provided by HP Software

Category Cloud Computing Management

Type White Paper

Length 8

Publish Date August 08 2014

Date posted September 19 2014

Overview

 Opportunities abound everywhere for students throughout the grades to connect with materials in ways never imaginable before. They can interact via video, voice, the internet, rich media, social networking, and components of the digital classroom. Despite this, many school districts are missing the chance to capitalize on this opportunity because of the limitations of their networks—their wireless networks, to be exact. Read on for a closer look at the obstacles that primary-secondary IT teams are facing in expanding mobile learning, and how the HP Cloud-Managed Networking solution and HP Classroom Manager helps remove them.

 

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