Education systems are vastly different all across the globe. While the benefits of 5G will be everywhere, the timing of those benefits will vary. In some countries, 5G will enable new connections at lower costs, allowing more people to leverage technology for basic education.
This is a partner post from Cisco. Cyber attacks against government are growing In our just released 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report: Impacts on Government, we found that cyber attacks against agencies across the U.S. are increasing every day. From ransomware and distributed denial of service (DDoS) to IoT botnets and cryptojacking, the mix of threats are […]
Craig Tranter is a former educator, and now serves as a technology presenter for Cisco. This blog is part of a series on advancements and opportunities in education. All views are his own. One thing that all teachers will be fairly familiar with by now is the use of Interactive White Boards (IWBs). However, the […]
Technology and mobile devices are everywhere on today’s college and university campuses. Students are using digital tools both in and out of the classroom, and have come to expect a fast wireless connection wherever they are. To keep up with their connected students and the digital demands of a 21st century education, higher education institutions […]
Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Cybersecurity for Education: Learn from the Experts Matthew Gibbs – August 8, 2016 – 0 Comments Previously on the blog, we’ve discussed why cybersecurity is such an important topic in the education space, including the different types of attacks schools, colleges and universities might face, such as ransomware.