Infrastructure

Articles: Infrastructure

Katie Kilfoyle Remis
At Mentor Public Schools in Ohio, the IT team set up Chromebooks for all the elementary schools. And as part of the 1-to-1 initiative, high school students will have MacBooks.
How to upgrade your network to handle today’s education traffic
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

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11/1/2014
New federal guidelines change the way schools can purchase managed Wi-Fi
11/1/2014
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
8/1/2014
Best practices for device management support and ConnectED’s role in 1-to-1 programs
8/1/2014
Keys to making the necessary network adaptations to support technology-rich learning
6/1/2014
St. John’s Prep embraces the cloud with Bluesocket’s vWLAN