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Understanding the Role of Stolen Credentials in Data Breaches

Passwords remain one of the weakest links in computer security, for they are easy to steal, hard to secure and provide little proof of the user’s identity. By stealing passwords, the attacker can greatly simplify the attack and effectively bypass security measures designed to stop other types of threats such as malware and exploits. Download this informative white paper to learn the best ways to stop credential theft on your campus.

The Case for Logon Management in Education

Whether it’s a student trying their hand at hacking or leveraging a stolen teacher’s password, a teacher up to no good, or an external attacker leveraging stolen passwords, how are you supposed to spot inappropriate access?

Accelerate Professional Learning

Download this informative white paper to explore how two districts help their educators create the collaborative, creative, and student-centered environment every student deserves. Two districts profiled here—one a pioneer in the use of 1-to-1 devices in the classroom and the other much newer to the pervasive use of educational technology—share their lessons for building a culture of change that’s both sustainable and scalable through regular professional learning sessions.

Choosing the Best Student Technology for Transformative Learning

When you design a modern learning environment you need to make the right technology choices to support your learning model. Read this paper from Dell and Intel® for ideas to help shape your thinking about which students’ technology tools will enhance the learning experience.

Build the 21st Century Classroom Infrastructure

There is a revolution underway in K-12 classrooms as school districts and boards move to adopt a new style of classrooms and pedagogy focused on mobile learning. In order to succeed, the move to anywhere, anytime learning must be supported by a strong foundation in technology, particularly network infrastructure. Download this informative GameChanger to learn how school districts are supporting modern education practices.

7 Keys to Success for 1-1 Computing Program

Louis Zulli Jr., technology coordinator, IT instructor and network administrator for The Center for Advanced Technologies (CAT), has led a technological transformation beginning over two years ago that has resulted in a highly regarded magnet program—ranked as one of the top five STEM programs in the country by the University of Connecticut—that makes heavy use of current technologies like Dell tablets and computers running Microsoft Windows 10.

Better Classroom Engagement is the Way of the Future with Active Learning Classrooms

Today’s K-12 students are true digital natives. They are accustomed to technology and engaging through sophisticated, fast, consumer-friendly applications available anytime and anywhere. This makes it more challenging for teachers to catch and hold students’ attention. And with increasing emphasis on the value of teamwork and collaborative learning, educators are looking for better ways to help students engage with each other and with their teachers in the classroom. Download this white paper to learn how active learning environments are addressing these issues.

Infor Cloudsuite Public Sector for K-12 schools Analyst Report

School districts are increasingly challenged to meet the demands of educating students with fewer resources and aging systems. Nucleus Research found that K-12 school systems moving to Infor CloudSuite Public Sector can take advantage of the economies of cloud and increased efficiency and budget predictability.