Network Solutions Blog
Tips and trends in design and installation of wireless communications networks, wired infrastructure design and implementation, network peripherals and more.
The decentralization of data towards the “edge” of the cloud is on the rise thanks to developments like the IoT and the increasing number of endpoints within enterprise networks. Does this strategy make sense for network managers in K-12 schools?
After partnering with Turn-key Technologies, the Warwick Valley Central School District was able to provide everything faculty and students expected and needed from their wireless network — and more.
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As K-12 students become more and more digitally connected, the way in which classroom learning is conducted continues to evolve. From personal devices to in-school technologies, there’s a real need for K-12 institutions to cultivate a highly connected, optimized and secure network infrastructure. But a school network requires a much different IT approach than implementations in most other industries. There are very specific needs to be addressed, and identifying the right solutions can be difficult.
Is your school district putting the necessary amount of attention on addressing the growing challenge of cybercrime in education? Recent attacks on schools throughout the country are serious warnings to tighten up your information security awareness efforts and develop a plan to ensure that your schools are protected.
As the education landscape evolves, Internet access becomes more and more integral to each school’s curricula. Unfortunately, funding this need can be difficult for some in the K-12 school districts. That’s why E-rate is so valuable. This government-funded discount program enables schools and libraries to secure affordable Internet access and telecommunications services. Are you up to speed on how your school can take advantage of the program this year?