Opportunities In Education's Global Expansion
Tap Global Enterprise Experience and Local Expertise
November 7, 2011
Why Read This Report
In recent years, "study abroad" has taken on a whole new meaning — on brand new campuses. Many universities have established satellite campuses in host countries across the globe. These campuses combine distance learning with local campus and classroom experiences, creating a blended learning environment. However, these new outposts exacerbate the complexity of traditionally decentralized and uncoordinated (and increasingly costly) university information and communications technology (ICT); universities already face public cost concerns and increased competition. To better enable global cross-campus collaboration and to facilitate strategy definition and change management in education ICT, technology vendor strategists must leverage their own knowledge of global enterprise deployment and experience in corporate learning.
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Table of Contents
- A Booming Demand For Global Education
- Technology Enables And Enriches Global Expansion
- Vendors Need To Sharpen Their Focus On The University Expansion Opportunity
WHAT IT MEANS
- Globalization Drives Maturity Of University IT, But Vendors Must Help
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