Sophos in K-12? The results are in…

Did you know that education is one of the biggest targets for ransomware? You do now. If you’ve never heard of ransomware, it is a malicious software that can block access to your data, encrypt your files, and threaten to make your information public. Ransomware is an extortion attack, because hackers will demand that you […]
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Classlink OneSync review and overview

Over the past summer our team had the fun of deploying Classlink OneSync to one of the school district’s we help. The previous school year we helped the district migrate away from Clever to the Classlink Launchpad product. Like many districts every year is becoming more and more of a challenge. How do you make […]
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Anonymous teacher technology surveys may surprise you!

How can you determine if the technology in your district is really working for teachers? We think that anonymous teacher surveys can get you the answers you’re looking for. If you require teachers to attach their names to surveys, potential problems can arise. Teachers will most likely not want to criticize their district too harshly, […]
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Internet responsibility class for K12 is a must

Digital Citizenship. Many schools speak about this topic with students in a limited way. This is surprising, considering how many of today’s schools rely on technology for students to get their work done. There are internet usage agreements for the parents and students to sign at the beginning of the year, but we do not […]
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