cloud computing

One username, one password

To keep the focus on instruction, IT can automate access to key learning systems


This paperless solution uses cloud-based technology to give school boards and other governing bodies electronic options for processing various documents, including agendas and policies. This eliminates the need to assemble, print, distribute and revise board packets.

Google for Education and the Digital Evolution of Teaching and Learning

Enhancing 1-to-1 programs with Chromebooks and Google for Education in the classroom

A Curriculum-First Approach to Technology & the Web

The web can be a powerful tool in delivering content and instruction in your district

Questions to ask cloud vendors

With so many cloud options, district CIOs should push vendors for details about their security and privacy services. “With the cloud, you have to ask big questions,” says Taiye Lambo, founder of CloudeAssurance. He suggests that CIOs assess three major security areas: confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

Cloud technology forecast: Sunshine with a chance of showers

District CIOs are under increased pressure to cut costs and keep up with the latest technological trends, and implementing cloud technology is an easy fix. Like any new technology, the move toward the cloud carries risks.

Questions to Ask Cloud Vendors

Cloud Technology Forecast: Sunshine with Chance of Showers

Keeping universally-accessible district information safe in the cloud

SIIA's CODiE award winners for the software industry

If you're looking for software for your school or district, the SIIA CODiE Award winners may be a good place to start. From the cloud to mobile to collaboration, this list gives district CIOs a place to start when preparing an RFP or doing a software application search.

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School Imitates Life: New State of the Cloud Report

Seems that today’s school employees bring more to work than their lunch. A new report from technology solutions provider CDW-G finds that information technology professionals’ and end users’ attitudes about cloud computing at work are shaped positively by their personal use of consumer cloud services, and in turn, cloud computing adoption is accelerating in schools across the country.