Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Enable BYOD to support learning and collaboration

College and university administrators, faculty and students are already using multiple devices today. The users are comfortable with the devices they own and have learned how to use them effectively to access cloud-based teaching and learning applications and resources.  The campus network is required to enable Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) indicatives inside and outside of classroom.

Network and network management
We understand that three components related to the network are critical for a successful BYOD strategy - bandwidth, redundancy and scalability. Our certified network engineers can help design and implement a strategy that takes current and future capacity requirements into consideration. We also offer network management services so that your IT staff can focus on delivering other mission-critical services to students, faculty and alumni.

Network Security
CBTS helps strike the right balance between protecting the confidential information and privacy of your users, and ensuring network access for user-owned devices. We implement content filtering required by federal regulations and firewalls to provide a safe learning and sharing environment for your students and faculty.

Support Multiple Devices

Your administrators, faculty and students are enabled to utilize their own devices to teach, research, learn, share and communicate with each other, anywhere, anytime.

Personalize Learning and Collaboration

BYOD provides the opportunity for personalized and interactive learning, and makes collaboration easier.

Reduce Maintenance Costs

By allowing users to bring their own device, your institution can reduce IT equipment, maintenance, and refresh costs.

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