Network security provider OpenDNS has launched OpenDNS Enterprise Insights, a new service that expands on the existing OpenDNS Enterprise service to include visibility and control through Microsoft Active Directory.
The Internet Society held its World IPv6 Launch event last week, with participating companies making the switch to IPv6 permanent.
Mat-Su Borough School District in Alaska is upgrading its network to provide improved wireless access to support bring-your-own-device initiatives and enable the small team of network administrators to centralize management for the large district.
A new report is calling on the federal government "to increase funding options" for high-speed broadband, statewide networks, schools' broadband capacity, access to broadband in community centers, and aid to help low-income families have broadband access at home.
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Georgia's ninth largest school system, Forsyth County Schools, is enhancing its technologically dependent educational tools and reducing its spending by using a new high-speed Ethernet network.
The do's and don'ts of beefing up your wireless network to handle the bring-your-own-device movement.
The Napa Valley Unified School District has implemented a network access control solution (NAC) in an effort to manage bandwidth usage on its wireless network.
Aerohive Networks has introduced the next stage of its cloud-enabled enterprise networking infrastructure Branch on Demand product line with a new two-platform router that helps public and commercial enterprises design, build, and support multiple and highly dispersed regional facilities with minimal or no IT support.
All 1,200 primary schools in Northern Ireland will now have access to Europe's first Education Cloud, a network providing WiFi connectivity to over 350,000 students and teachers. The new network is part of the Classroom 2000 (C2k) project, whose mission is to provide the infrastructure and services to support the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in Northern Ireland schools.
A Maryland school district is deploying a 802.11n wireless network in all of its schools to make streaming video and voice over IP (VoIP) easily accessible.