A new education platform for K-12 pulls together multiple programs to ensure student data security and privacy. Aegis Identity Software has formally introduced EduZone, a combination of applications that provide a privatized data and application management platform for schools and districts. The suite is already in use within at least one Illinois district.
EduZone encompasses five programs:
Bloomington Public Schools District 87 in Illinois is an early user of the data security platform for identity and data management.
"At the core of everything we do at Aegis is the belief that technology can empower every leader to lead, parents to participate and transform how students learn and teachers teach," said company CEO Bob Lamvik, in a press release. "EduZone's enterprise-class software platform was designed to manage digital identities as well as resolve all of the digital citizen issues that education faces today."
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Dian Schaffhauser is a former senior contributing editor for 1105 Media's education publications THE Journal, Campus Technology and Spaces4Learning.
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