Infrastructure

Articles: Infrastructure

School districts will make their biggest tech investments in tablets and WiFi in 2015. (Click to enlarge chart)
12/17/2014
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Bandwidth, privacy, and professional development top district tech talk
A media specialist in the Cherry Hills Christian Schools in Colorado helps a student with a lesson. The district combined an MDM solution with district-owned iPads for student learning.
11/27/2014
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Software allows districts to manage and secure a wide range of tablets and other devices
District leaders seeking to acquire more technology must decide whether purchasing or leasing is more cost-effective.
8/21/2014
Pamela Mills-Senn
A strategic guide for district leaders on cost-effective ways to acquire technology
Rachel Moseley, chief information officer at Scarsdale Public Schools in New York, above, shows Diego Gomez, a pre-law student doing an internship with her IT team last summer, where to find information on the district website and where to find the spreadsheet that he needs to update.
8/13/2014
Nancy Mann Jackson
New systems do much more than track grades and schedules

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AT&T is implementing a comprehensive future-driven technology plan that encompasses school infrastructure improvements, a full 1:1 tablet solution and the development of apps that digitize the school’s social emotional learning strategies
11/1/2014
New federal guidelines change the way schools can purchase managed Wi-Fi
11/1/2014
Keys to making the necessary network adaptations to support technology-rich learning
8/1/2014
Best practices for device management support and ConnectED’s role in 1-to-1 programs
8/1/2014
St. John’s Prep embraces the cloud with Bluesocket’s vWLAN
6/1/2014