Articles: Infrastructure

Alison DeNisco
Discount rates for long-distance calling, cell phones and other services will drop by 20 percent every year starting this year
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
School districts will make their biggest tech investments in tablets and WiFi in 2015. (Click to enlarge chart)
Bandwidth, privacy, and professional development top district tech talk
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
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.
Software allows districts to manage and secure a wide range of tablets and other devices
Pamela Mills-Senn
District leaders seeking to acquire more technology must decide whether purchasing or leasing is more cost-effective.
A strategic guide for district leaders on cost-effective ways to acquire technology

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New federal guidelines change the way schools can purchase managed Wi-Fi
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