How HCI is Helping Higher Education

December 28, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

It is no secret that colleges and universities store a lot of information. Ranging from student records to research data, the amount of information education institutions need to keep in perpetuity increases annually. According to a memorandum circular issued by the US Department of Education, student records should be kept by the institution for no less than 60 years. That is a very long time, and compliance would mean protecting that data for at least six decades.  Hyperconvergence is designed to be agile not just in storage space and recovery, but also with evolving technologies. The article talks about how some institutions are using HCI to comply with the DOE memo.
– Miyagi Kazuki

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