These campus musts may seem like no-brainers, but they’re critical for success
With so many technology options available today to help support and promote an institution’s campus culture, students and faculty, it’s not surprising that many IT and campus leaders feel overwhelmed with what they should invest in now and what they should implement later, especially with tight budgets.
But from having a good social media strategy to planning for Big Data collection, there are at least 10 technology hallmarks every campus should plan for immediately, if not implement as soon as possible.
Many of these hallmarks may seem simplistic, but can get caught in the solution shuffle if you’re not careful; for example, providing high-speed wireless broadband that can support multiple devices, or offering continuous IT support to students and faculty.
Some of the other technology hallmarks listed also may seem like frivolous suggestions, such as a targeted social media approach, but are critical for keeping your campus relevant and able to attract prospective students.
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