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IT Mastery over the Remote Classroom

When going to school means going online, a new set of learning standards is required – calling for smart use of relief funds and a boundless approach to cybersecurity. These 10 do’s and don’ts will help you target your planning.

K-12 Digital Learning Predictions

The past few decades have brought significant changes in K-12 education. Many schools have empowered students by giving them a mobile device for learning. Education is becoming more personalized and engaging, with students taking a more active role in their learning. Student-driven inquiry, creation and collaboration are replacing teacher-centered instruction — and anytime, anywhere learning is becoming a reality.

Building a Future-Ready K-12 Network

Technology is transforming K–12 education by enabling richer, more personalized and more student-centered learning environments. Aided by technology, students are collaborating with their peers and with subject-matter experts around the world, creating and sharing original ideas. In this new era of learning, a powerful and scalable network is essential for delivering on technology’s promise. This e-book will help you understand how to be prepared to meet evolving network requirements.

Powering K-12 Digital Transformations

Digital transformation is the integration of technology throughout all areas of education to fundamentally alter teaching, learning and school operations. It’s not tinkering around the edges. It’s making wholesale changes to the entire organization to drive systemic change. And it’s not just improving on old processes. It’s reimagining these to deliver more value to students and other stakeholders in ways we couldn’t envision just a generation ago.

Project Tomorrow: Taking learning online – leveraging online resources to support students’ learning and teacher effectiveness

In this report, we analyze how teachers are using digital content and resources in the classroom today and the views of technology leaders for how to effectively support that usage. These insights will be contextualized around the concept of bandwidth stability and usage in the classroom specifically to drive academic outcomes. Included in this report are the perspectives of teachers and their students about the workplace and academic outcomes associated with effective technology use in the classroom.

Trends in Remote Learning: Security & Connectivity

The sudden advent of ubiquitous remote learning in K–12 has brought with it a range of challenges, not the least of which is the opportunistic increase in ransomware and other forms of malware targeting education environments.

Application Monitoring for On-premises, Hybrid, and Multi-Cloud Environments

Applications live everywhere within education institutions—on-premises, in the cloud (AWS®/GovCloud, Azure®, Google®, Cloud.gov), or in some combination of these. Yet, no matter where your applications live, they still need to be monitored for performance and optimization.

Mass Notification Pandemic Playbook

The Mass Notification Pandemic Playbook offers detailed guidance on how to use a mass notification system to easily send out messages that reach everyone with information that impacts their well-being as it relates to COVID-19.