In this webcast, you will hear directly from John Krull, Information Technology Officer at Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) which is California’s most improved urban school district for the past eight years. John will discuss how the district decided to go Google with Google Apps for Education accounts for all 48,000 K-12 students and be able to afford more than 8,000 Chromebooks for grades 3 through 12. The District is committed to providing a superior education for all its students, to build their passion for learning, and prepare them for their future careers.
Supporting an IT infrastructure for educational environments is difficult enough. But sometimes the data protection challenges are among the most difficult to address. Join this webinar to see how educational environments address these matters and are properly protected on a limited budget.
Veeam Software Corporation
2014 will be the year of digital assessments. As the fall deadline for Common Core testing approaches, school districts need to make sure that their network can handle the deluge of devices and traffic this will create.
Get a game plan for putting your network in order. Join our webcast on February 20 when Jeffrey Jennings, SLED Contracts/E-rate Manager at Xirrus, will talk with THE Journal about what schools need to do to.
In this webinar, you'll hear directly from the principal, tech specialists, and students at East Leyden High School about how they successfully built and launched a 1:1 program for all 3,500 students in their school district in the Chicago suburb of Franklin Park, Illinois. You'll learn about Leyden’s Digital Evolution, a campaign to help students keep up with the changing times and enhance their educational experience, and how Chromebooks were chosen (after reviewing other tech options) to help them do so.
Learn 10 essential criteria that organizations should consider when choosing a tablet computer.
Education IT experts share how desktop virtualization is paving the way for schools to simplify desktop management; better deliver class-based instructional apps to students and faculty; and extend the lifecycles of computers and other devices.
Citrix and Microsoft