Four Internet2 community institutions share their experiences, challenges, successes, and lessons learned in deploying four different cloud communications platforms: mass notification at the University of Mississippi, video collaboration at Arizona State University, hosted voice at Columbia, and IPTV at Texas A&M.
Through the peer-driven Internet2 NET+ initiative, these institutions have helped build cloud video, voice, and collaboration services that are scalable and meet university requirements for functionality, security, compliance, accessibility, and legal terms.
View the recorded webinar to see how your institution can also speed service deployments while minimizing risks and costs of cloud migration.
Focused on accelerating secure and reliable cloud mobility for higher education's diverse users, Internet2 NET+ is a research and education (R&E) community-driven initiative. Through a rigorous peer-driven evaluation process, R&E institutions and cloud service providers work together to develop offerings that maximize deployment efficiencies and minimize the business and legal challenges, financial costs, and technology risks of migrating from on-campus to cloud-based solutions.