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Baltimore County Public School students returned to class, via remote instruction, while the district continued dealing with a ransomware attack that struck the day before Thanksgiving.
Microsoft has co-launched the "Education Open Data Challenge," to establish the link between broadband access and K-12 learning outcomes.
A Texas county with an all-digital public library is taking on the job of developing a private wireless network to support its rural and economically poor students.
A network that connects Utah's K-12 schools, colleges and universities, public libraries and healthcare providers is forging ahead with plans to set up a private LTE network, to address the digital divide.
CatchOn, an education technology company that produces a data analytics utility for measuring usage of applications through the network for the purposes of tracking technology investments, has introduced a module to generate student-level data. The new tool helps educators monitor when and how each student uses online tools and resources on his or her school-owned device.
10G offers the promise of delivering 10 times the current most prevalent maximum speeds offered to consumers.
In a lengthy message, Miami-Dade County School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho attempted to calm his district community after a chaotic start-of-school week that included distance learning outages and an about-face on usage of a new learning platform.
K-12 privacy expert Amanda Vance shares the four questions that still matter: What data is being collected? Who has access to it? How will it be shared? And how will it be protected?
VMware has introduced updates to its flagship virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) platform with the introduction of Horizon 8, as well as new additions to its VMware Workspace ONE, its digital workspace platform.
Can machine learning really free up time dedicated to grunt work, giving your educators more time for working with students?
School and district leaders can leverage new technologies and the collective knowledge of education organizations and their partners to protect their schools and the communities they serve from threats like ransomware. Read this issue brief to find out how.