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Lessons Learned in Cybersecurity: How Education Coped in the Shift to Distance Learning

Education in the United States faced a crisis this past year with the looming threat of the coronavirus which forced schools across the country to develop new strategies for education.

What Cybercriminals Want from Your Schools

With the ever-changing threat landscape and the growing sophistication of targeted attacks against organizations, endpoints in educational institutions need to be protected now more than ever.

Case Study: Adlai E. Stevenson High School

In this case study, learn how school director of information services Doug Kahler takes the lead in providing students with the technology needed for success. Download it now to learn more about how he is tackling the larger mission to make a big school feel personal.

Remote Learning That Works

From hot spots and student devices to software licenses and web conferencing, technology has kept schools operating for the past year. As we continue to adjust to our new normal, check out this Gamechanger from THE Journal and Brother to learn:

Total Cost of Ownership for Printers, Scanners & Multifunction Solutions in the K-12 Learning Environment

Most K-12 technology leaders and administrators will tell you that their technology needs are growing…and their budgets are either falling flat or growing smaller. A total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis of your document management environment can often help unearth opportunities to help save money without impacting quality, access and service to the entire district ecosystem.

Getting Ready for a Flexible Fall

Now that schools are reopening with a mix of in-class and at-home learners, the hyflex model of instruction is a necessity. But, these conditions don't mean you have to give up on student collaboration. Download this white paper to learn how you can make it work.

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.