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Take the classroom technology experience to the next level

When it comes to equipping kids and students for school, the pandemic taught us that kids need technology. It doesn’t matter if the students are using Chromebooks, Mac, or Windows, they need peripherals that work.

In this article, you will be introduced to several aspects of technology in education and why it matters to our students’ education. Simply put, if kids do not have the tools to succeed, they are being done a disservice.

Read on to also learn about a hardware portfolio that works for business, gaming, education, and much more.

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    To mitigate these emerging challenges, leaders in the higher education industry are turning to new technology like edge computing to ready their institutions for the future.

    Access this research content to learn why higher ed institutions expect edge computing to be key for success moving forward – from creating a competitive advantage to bridging the digital divide for students and enhancing the student experience.

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    Browse the overview to discover the rest.

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