In this clip, Datalink Networks, Inc. takes a look at how technology is transforming learning and preparing students for the future at Broadclyst School. Microsoft Office 365 and devices form the foundation for a rich curriculum that teaches children important skills they'll need as they enter the workforce and move through life.
Last week, we discussed security risks arising from the trend toward “one-to-one” computing initiatives in K-12 schools. This week, we hone in on actions IT can take to secure their schools' multi-vendor cloud environment.
Running a modern high-speed data network requires the following fundamentals for data-security:
According to a recent survey from the Consortium of School Networks, nearly half of K12 schools devote less than 4% of their budgets to security - a frightening statistic, as networks expand to accommodate an ever-increasing number of endpoints... and catastrophic threats from phishing and ransomware have grown worldwide. And fewer than one-third (27%) of the nation's schools reported that they have a staffer dedicated to monitor network security.
A Unique Opportunity for School Technology Pros
Join your peers and K12 technology thought leaders for a day of exploring the challenges around campus security, E-Rate, and the Connected Classroom.
Who should attend: School IT Directors and Managers, Network Engineers, Budget Officers, Superintendents, Principals, Vice Principals, Curriculum Developers, Science Chairs, Teacher Leadership.