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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.

2021 Mass Notification Buyer's Guide

Being able to reach everyone in your school has never been more critical. You can’t afford to have someone miss an important safety message, but how do you find the right tool to do it? The 2021 Mass Notification Buyer’s Guide offers the guidance you need to make the right decision. From the questions you need to ask vendors, to getting buy-in from the right people, this guide will help you select the best solution to achieve your safety goals.

Extending Education IT Infrastructure to Hybrid Cloud

In a recent webinar on THE Journal, Laurie Andreola, solutions architect manager at AWS, interviewed Harry Doctor, Jr., IT infrastructure manager at West Windsor-Plainsboro RSD, to understand how he and his team of tech experts created a hybrid cloud environment with VMC on AWS as a way to modernize the district’s IT infrastructure and achieve the agility and flexibility it needs, especially right now. Download this informative Digital Dialogue to learn more.

Five Takeaways for K-12 from the CARES Act

By better understanding how the CARES Act is playing out, IT and school leaders can strengthen their planning and provide the resources, training and support teachers and students need most.

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.

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 as Education Game Changer

K-12 and higher education are scrambling to keep up with student demand for the newest mode of learning: esports. Experts in K12 and Hi Ed explain why it’s happening, how to get started and how it is benefiting students of all ages.