Cisco Builds Digital Campus For Indian School of Business

Indian School of Business-Hyderabad, which is the top management B-Schools of India, has now signed a deal with the US-based networking giant company, Cisco to build a digitally intuitive campus.

According to the report which has been revealed, the digital campus is also based on the Cisco secure core network, wireless communication, unified voice, and video. This will also help too lay the framework for the connected campuses, students, educators and administrators who will also have access to the digital tools.

The connected classroom solution will use the CISCO networking and collaborations solutions like the WebEx Boards, that will also help the students to learn anytime, anywhere and on any device.

Cisco will provide all the integrations of its WebEx and Wi-Fi solutions with the student engagement platform Involve to provide with a suite of tools and dashboards for the better student engagement. As this will also enable everyone at the B school to collaborate with the sector experts from all across the globe.

By utilizing the pan campus Wi-Fi access, context, analytics, and location-based services, and digital signage, ISB can also enable the higher levels of operational efficiency to the campus management and administration, CISCO revealed.

“We have an opportunity to shape well-rounded, highly skilled students who can meet the demands of an increasingly digital world,” said Sameer Garde, president, Cisco India & SAARC.

“The future of jobs is strongly connected with digital transformation, and in this context, the delivery of education must have strong digital content,” he added.


Written by Udit Agarwal

Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies,

Udit can be reached at [email protected]

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