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Campus networks have unique challenges for network engineers.

For most network managers at educational institutions, primary or secondary schools, community colleges or universities, it is a challenge to support the day to day network operations across distributed campuses and hundreds or thousands of students, faculty and staff, especially when:

  • The list of responsibilities keep growing and becoming more complex, without additional resources.
  • Budgets are constantly shrinking.
  • Performance, security and compliance are becoming critical issues.
  • Need to ensure the delivery of key and emerging technologies and services.

Now, more than ever, students, faculty and staff rely on a functional, secure IT infrastructure to help them with learning, instruction, collaboration and research. Each year, this becomes even more critical to the success of educational institutions.

  • Streaming Media — instructors and students rely on streaming rich media to enhance and complete the educational experience.
  • The Cloud — Communications tools, Learning Management Systems, and other cloud based applications deliver essential services to today's physical and virtual classrooms.
  • Data Center — consolidation and virtualization provide real savings to educational institutions

TOTAL VIEW ONE offers the best proven value for educational institutions, and helps network engineers to address the specific system administration and network management challenges posed by campus networks.

There are several important differences between campus networks and corporate networks:

  • Campus networks usually have very large numbers of users at a single location.
  • The network tends to be used for leisure as well as network activities.
  • Users have more freedom than corporate users – for example, in terms of allowed hardware, software, and mobile devices.
  • Users are less aware of information security issues than users on corporate networks.
  • Attacks from within the network are more common than in corporate networks.

These network characteristics typically lead to network issues such as bottlenecks, performance issues, copyright infringement, virus proliferation, and intrusions. TOTAL VIEW ONE gives the campus network engineer a cost effective, single point of access to all the information that is needed to identify and resolve these problems.