If you’re anything like your peers, you are evaluating your education technology on an annual basis to determine if it’s time for a refresh. While most schools conduct their device refreshes during the summer because teachers, staff and students are not present, this timing can prove costly as the market is flooded with devices from schools doing the same thing.
To help school districts re-think their technology spending to focus more on total cost of ownership and residual value, as opposed to upfront cost, we’ve partnered with Diamond Assets — a technology buyback company — to explain:
• The true value and cost of iPad and Chromebook in education
• When schools receive the most trade-in value for their technology
• How to prepare for and execute technology refreshes
Lodi USD needed a long-lasting wireless infrastructure with enough headroom to support media-rich apps running on tens of thousands of Chromebooks. This case study explains why the school district turned to Ruckus Wireless.
While the Google Chrome platform is ideal for accessing Google Apps, SaaS and other cloud-based services, Microsoft Windows applications continue to play an essential role in most organizations. Read this paper to learn more.
In this complimentary report, Cloud Sherpas shares results that uncover the shortcomings of the primary, on premise computing devices typically in use today, including extended wait times for users and high maintenance requirements for IT that lead to significant productivity losses for both groups.
Student portals, mobile printing, Chromebooks…Technology has changed the way students learn and interact with your school. But it’s also made you more vulnerable to cyberthreats. This brief will bring you up to date on the new rules of data security.