Higher education is a hot spot for physical and digital threats. However, digital threats have pushed the world of higher education to a breaking point, with ransomware becoming one of the most devastating threats to higher education in recent years.
University software can help to elevate the productivity of all stakeholders. Higher education organizations are using campus management software to build a virtual environment for productivity. From team communication to student support, university management software creates a centralized virtual environment for all stakeholders at the university to thrive.
The education industry has lots of assets and pieces of equipment that need to be managed in the right way. However, most of their assets are lost, misplaced, or need to be repaired. The reason all these problems occur is because of the mismanagement of assets. The solution is simple, that is asset management software that is built to resolve all these types of problems. What is an asset management and how important it is for the education sector? That we will cover in this blog now.
K-12 and higher education institutions experienced massive changes in 2020 with the shift to online learning. New challenges arose, such as an increase in cybersecurity threats, students and staff requiring 24/7 access to their computers, and the need to update and improve infrastructure and applications IT infrastructure monitoring allows K-12 and higher education institutions to face common technology challenges both reactively and proactively.
University operations play a pivotal role in creating a productive and successful learning environment. These are the foundations upon which the institutions are built. In order to manage a large number of students, staff, and resources, universities need robust systems that provide real-time data and transparency across all areas of their operations. Universities are complex organizations with a myriad of moving parts. Each university department has its own objectives, budgets, and personnel.
Since the pandemic struck, education has moved even further online. Many schools are now actively transforming their programs to ensure uninterrupted remote education of high quality. This means device deployments have commonly grown to 1-to-1 — every student now has a laptop. At the same time, budget constraints don’t allow buying subscription plans for all the software schools and educational institutions need. Sounds familiar?
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Connectivity is more important than ever to support our education system. BYOD, remote classes, Wi-Fi, and a variety of digital learning solutions are now just part of the equation. Education IT teams have a big task: making sure educational service delivery remains uninterrupted while balancing the constraints of limited budgets, staff, and time to support digital transformation that can keep up with modern demands.