Articles: Infrastructure

10/1/2010

Under pressure to keep spending down but also keep pace with rapid technology changes, many districts are future-proofing their schools—trying to get the most out of their tech spending by providing solutions they will be able to use now and in the future without major, e

6/1/2010

Sony

VPL-FX30 and VPL-FX500L

Projectors

$3360, $7080

4/1/2010

“Give the people what they want!” That could be the slogan for the Digital Door Project at Denver Public Schools (DPS).

3/1/2010

The popularity of thin clients may soon diminish as districts catch wind of zero clients, the latest computer technology that is even thinner and lower maintenance.

2/1/2010

The release of the highly anticipated National Broadband Plan, scheduled for February 17, has been delayed, leaving advocates for broadband reform in suspense.

2/1/2010

Proving once again to be a leader in school technology, the Vail (Ariz.) School District is now providing wireless access in school buses. In early December 2009, the district installed its first wireless router attached to a cellular 3G network in one high school bus.

2/1/2010

Administrators and information technology staff at Hudson Falls Central School District in Kingsbury, N.Y., found that individually managed computers were costing them an inordinate amount of time and money.

10/1/2009

Going back to school means something completely different to today’s IT administrators.

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