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How HE institutes can tackle the  challenges of providing the perfect digital environment.

The students of today and tomorrow are digital natives expecting more from technology than their predecessors. With the average student now owning seven internet-ready devices, a ‘connected’ campus shapes as much of their higher education years just as much as the ‘physical’.

With 79% of higher education students placing WiFi as the most important service within their environment, and  97% seeking information online each week, institutions need to leverage more streamlined IT systems to ensure a smooth, secure and scalable service for staff and students alike.

Take a look at the infographic below and discover how an improved digital infrastructures can help HE institutes make the grade when it comes performance.

 

higher education, Digital Infrastructure in Higher Education [Infographic]

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