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When college students head back to school this fall, most will bring along a laptop to take notes in class, a desktop computer to do homework in their dorm rooms, a smartphone to stay in constant communication, a TV that connects to the internet, and a couple of gaming devices just for fun. Students aren’t just digitally savvy—they’ve come to expect a style of communication and services reflected by their digital experiences. They want a more personal relationship with their colleges, and they expect administrative transactions to be seamless and intuitive.

 

Those observations come courtesy of Jason Wenrick, the CIO of Sonoma State University in Northern California, who is charged with running a seamless computing environment on campus for staff, students, and the 30,000 or so devices they will bring with them to campus.

 

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