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5 Steps to Achieving Endpoint Resilience in Education

Applying a patchwork of protection with traditional security controls and freeware tools is proving inadequate. The relentless onslaught of daily attacks coupled with stretched IT teams and limited budgets is impeding educational institutions from delivering on the goal of educational excellence through endpoint resilience. Proactive prevention is the most effective protection, but resilient organizations understand and prepare for the worst. Resilience is the combination of protection and response that allows your organization to rapidly recover after an attack.

5 Facts You Need to Know About Educational Resilience Today

As old perimeters crumble, new malware threats advance. Traditional cybersecurity solutions aren’t enough to keep your modern educational environment safe. Download this information white paper to learn what you need to know about the current state of educational cybersecurity—and how to achieve educational resilience for your institution.

Serve Students Not Paper

Download this informative Digital Dialogue to read highlights from a recent THE Journal webcast on how DocuSign Agreement Cloud for Education is helping school districts revolutionize how they prepare, sign, act on, and manage their non-value-added paperwork.

A Streamlined Approach to Securing Systems and Infrastructures in K–12 Education

Digital intrusions, malware, ransomware and the risks of living in a connected world have come to K–12 education and are becoming more threatening as school districts make greater use of advanced technology. IT departments can be challenged by the complexities and urgencies of securing K–12 learning environments. However, a Cybersecurity Framework created by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) can help organize and simplify their security planning and implement the right measures.

Constructing a Common Language for 1-to-1

A Dell EMC expert on K-12 digital transformations explains why a lot of districts that have already implemented a program to give computing devices to every student aren’t getting the return they expected.

Accelerate Business Agility with Faster Server Refresh Cycles

Education today is fueled by technology, but far too many schools and districts are limping along with aging IT systems that drain innovation and cost too much. A recent IDC study measured the business outcome of refreshing an enterprise server infrastructure. It resulted in a 59% lower three-year cost of operations and an astonishing average $4.66 million of additional revenue per year per organization.

End-To-End Server Security: The IT Leader's Guide

As schools and districts embark on the IT transformation journey, all too often IT leaders fail to place sufficient focus on server security. If security is neglected, the data center offers a myriad of security vulnerabilities and can become a prime target for malicious attacks. This best-practices white paper offers education IT leaders a framework to assess whether their vendors are “Security Leaders” or “Security Laggards.” Read this white paper from Dell EMC, Intel® and Microsoft to learn the key questions every IT leader should pose when evaluating how well a server vendor can meet their school or district's needs.

Giving Teachers Voice and Choice

Did you know that a technology refresh gave a school district the opportunity to reboot its approach to professional development and help its teachers learn how to ask for instructional support as they needed it? This only means one thing: it’s time to take your teacher training from “sit-and-git” to more professional learning.