Putting the student first: education in the digital world
Every educational institution and authority needs to think hard about digital innovation. With technology developments, such as virtual reality already making an impact in the classroom, we cannot imagine what the digital world will offer students even five years from now.
To make the very best of this digital future, we need to do more than be prepared in terms of infrastructure, application development, new communication models, and so on.
We also need to know how to manage costs, so that the benefits of digital innovation in education are available to all.
Security and governance are high on the agenda too. We must ensure that our students’ safety and wellbeing are paramount in the digital world.
With deep experience of technology in education, Atos is well-positioned to help you shape the future of learning, putting the student first in the new digital landscape.
“81% Of higher education students used smartphones and tablets for studying in 2014.”
Customer transformation challenges
Whether working with an individual university or at ministerial level, Atos focuses on the same four critical areas that underpin all effective digital transformation.
In education, the student is the customer. How can new digital opportunity help students, teachers, support staff and examiners work together, preparing the next generation for the world in which we live?
Operational excellence and digital innovation are inseparable in education. Managing intake, tracking educational progress and maximizing the use of precious resources: all are dependent on effective digital practice.
Digital innovation is a priority in education. It’s not just about creating the best learning experience. It’s also key to managing budgets, attracting students and connecting educational institutions around the world.
Trust and compliance
A safe student is a happy student. Universities need to get the balance right between active monitoring and open communication, and uncompromising respect for personal data privacy.
CIO Elizabeth Wilson shares views on how Atos enabled a successful move to Cloud services for Edith Cowan University in Australia.
Perth’s Edith Cowan University
Perth’s Edith Cowan University became the first Australian university to move its entire IT infrastructure to the cloud.
Between 2015 and 2020, Atos worked closely with ECU to achieve a smooth and seamless transition and transformation of ECU’s entire IT infrastructure to a new secure Managed Hybrid (multi-tenant) Cloud environment.
Services and solutions for education.
Our technology capabilities enable an easier process to identify and resolve students and campus issues effectively.
School and Student Management System
Implementing ERP and student information systems combining with data analytics to benefit education institutions and better students learning experience.
Collaboration and Communication
Online learning solutions revolutionize the way that students, faculty and staff collaborate and communicate in learning.
Big data and Science
Atos makes high performance computing and data analytics accessible for research and science.
Digital Transformation Journey
Our education consultants guide schools and universities on inspiring digital journeys.
Hybrid Cloud Orchestration Services
Atos optimized pay-per-use cloud platforms, combine private and public models for safer, more innovative and robust educational practices.
Unified Communications at the University of Oxford
See how Atos company Unify supported the University of Oxford in implementing unified communications solutions to support the collaboration needs of its 40,000 staff and students across 38 sites.
“Our society digitizes quickly and thus huge amounts of data become available to researchers. With the new Bull Sequana expansion we are able to meet the growing demand for computing power with an on-demand strategy”.
Prof. dr. ir. Anwar Osseyran, CEO, SURFsara
A Bull supercomputer used in bio-tech and biomedical research benefits not just researchers and students at the University. The supercomputer will be also available to institutions and companies from outside Croatia.
Learn more on how the educational experience can be amazingly enhanced with a combination of innovative thinking and careful management in a digital transformation process.
Vice President Digital Transformation and Cloud in Higher Education
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Head of Vertical Solutions
Atos Collaboration Solutions