The pace of technological change is relentless. It’s changing the way we do business, the way we communicate, even the very way we live. In many cases, private sector enterprises are leaps and bounds ahead of the public sector organizations. It’s time to catch up.
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As K-12 schools and educators move further into the digital age to empower student learning, the challenges they face are changing. Securing confidential information from cyber-theft, expanding the use of technology in the classroom and complying with federal and state mandates are just a few. Join us for this webcast to learn more about how Dell networking and network security solutions are helping schools overcome these challenges and more. You’ll hear directly from one of our K-12 customers who will share the school district’s experience around its initiative to enable a digital curriculum.
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With a growing reliance on technology, schools of all sizes face the same advanced threats as corporations and government agencies, including viruses, malware and targeted attacks. Protection doesn’t have to be complex or costly. Join Sophos security experts as they discuss why today’s advanced attacks require a new approach to threat protection.
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The E-rate 2016 season is in full swing. If you are a public, charter, or private school, or a public library, the US Federal Government has made funding available for network technology in your organization. And this year is poised to be one of the largest funding years in program history with funding of well over 4 billion dollars.
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So your school is about to launch an iPad program, and you’re not sure where to start? The Apple Management Experts at JAMF Software can help ensure your iPad program is a success. By knowing the right steps and using the right tools, you can easily deploy iPad devices in your school.
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E-rate planning season is here! On the heels of the landmark E-rate Modernization Order (aka E-rate 2.0), Funding Year 2016 is poised to be one of the largest Funding Years in program history with an estimated funding cap of over four billion dollars.
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