Top K-12 Technology Projects for Summer 2018

Here is the 2018 top list of K-12 summer projects School Tech Team has planned. As usual network redesign, Wi-Fi updates, and general things do not make this list. Chrome-books running Mine craft and Auto-Cad from Google compute engine Trusted certificates on all endpoints so HTTPS can be scanned properly Server move to Amazon to […]
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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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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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School boards and understanding technology innovation

Technology is advancing faster than ever before. While technology opens up many learning possibilities for students, most school districts do not have the resources to keep up. It can be difficult for schools to hire reliable IT staff. The current trend we have seen among districts is hiring under-qualified techs right out of high school […]
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Sophos drastically improves security

We understand that the internet is a key tool in today’s education system. As the world becomes more digital, the threat of viruses, spam, and malware becomes more prevalent. While technology is a great tool to keep students engaged, a reliance makes schools more susceptible to online threats. If your district uses technology for important […]
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Does cloud technology support make sense for your district?

You may constantly hear people make reference to “the cloud” and still have no idea what it really means. The difference between cloud based and regular software is that with the cloud, you are not actually storing your data on the device’s hard drive, instead, you are accessing data, applications, and software all through the […]
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