Higher Education Technology, Solutions, and Resources
Higher education technology enables students to apply their studies and innovations to real-world careers and helps universities provide leading-edge technology solutions and resources for students, faculty, and researchers.
Cyberattacks can target both software and firmware. Devices with integrated, hardware-enabled security features can help to reduce risks of attacks without adding IT infrastructure. For example, Intel vPro® platform-based devices with Intel® Hardware Shield provide hardware-to-software visibility and memory lockdown features to prevent malicious code injection. Additionally, Intel® Threat Detection Technology (Intel® TDT) delivers integrated deep defense protection at the application, data, and firmware levels.
Fast, Versatile Connectivity
Given the nature of higher education, students and educators need access to their systems from various locations and networks with reliability and performance. Look for devices with embedded wireless technologies and Thunderbolt™ 4 ports that allow dependable flexibility on the go.
From multitasking to video streaming to processing large data sets or graphics files, devices used in higher education need to support a range of applications and processing power needs without interrupting productivity. To get faster performance with fewer disruptions, select a device with a processor, such as Intel® Core™ processors, that can keep up with today’s demands and tomorrow’s needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Much of today’s technology was born from research in universities or created by students who pursued an education in STEAM-related fields. From AI to data centers to high performance computing, universities and students in higher education help both design and innovate new technologies that can make the world a smarter and more convenient place where technology blends into our everyday lives.
Not only does Intel partner with universities to help fuel innovation in academia, but Intel also has a vast diversity of technologies that can help bring other technological research and ideas to life. Technology’s role in higher education helps shape students’ ability to apply their knowledge to real-world careers as well as researchers’ potential to create new technological innovations.