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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.

eSports in K-12—Getting Started Checklist

Both K-12 and colleges and universities are scrambling to keep up with demand for the newest mode of learning: esports. Two experts explain why it’s happening and how to get started.

Turning to Student Voice and Choice for High School eSports

Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District CTO Kyle Berger is facing new kinds of challenges he never could have foreseen before introducing an esports program into his high schools, including taking calls from college recruiters who want to know more about some of his players and hearing from parents wondering how they can get their kids on the teams. But, as he explains in this interview, the response from students has made those tiny hassles all worth the effort.

Tackling the Digital Learning Time Crunch

When Rialto Unified School District undertook a 1-to-1 program for its 26,000 students, the California school system knew an infrastructure update was in order. And the more those devices were being used for learning — not just during school, but after school, for Saturday school and deep into the summer — the smaller the windows became in which the IT organization could handle maintenance tasks. The district decided to try a new approach for refreshing the network.

The 5 Essential Do's and Don'ts of Data Protection

Nobody can predict what form disaster will take in their schools, but this guidance can help you make sure you’re as ready as you can be for the worst.

The Role of Digital Transformation in Today's Education Environment

Subject matter experts from Dell Technologies recently had a discussion with Spiceworks experts about digital transformation and IT modernization across K-12 and Higher Education.

Why 3-2-1 for Backup Fails in an Era of Ransomware

It’s anybody’s guess about what school will look like in the fall, let alone six months or a year from now. While some district leaders expect to have students and staff on campus in person, others anticipate a hybrid environment. And even more may stay entirely remote.

eBook: 5 Steps to Achieving Endpoint Resilience in Education

According to the Malwarebytes 2019 State of Malware report, schools are the number one target for rapidly-advancing Trojan campaigns and the second-most targeted sector for ransomware attacks. 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.