This past fall, some of the nation’s top school CIOs and administrators gathered in Trenton, New Jersey for the inaugural SchoolCIO Leadership Summit.
IP security is critical component of project to standardize technology across schools
A new report offers
a rare view into the challenges of network operators on the front lines
of a global battle against botnets and DDoS attacks.
A new report reveals the target of attacks has shifted from traditional infrastructure to mobile users and endpoint devices.
A popular library and textbook automation product has released a new version designed to save time and increase efficiency for K12 schools.
It was the story you couldn’t avoid, covered everywhere from blogs to newspapers to morning
Like everything in Texas,
the education-technology goals at Atlanta ISD are big
California’s Lassen County Office of Education (LCOE) is located about 220 miles north of Sacramento and covers 4,557 square miles
Nestled in the heart of the Ozarks of Missouri, the Dallas County R I School District offers a wide array of educational opportunities to nearly 1,800 students attending its five K 12 schools.
Alabama’s Butler County Board of Education signed a three-year deal to deploy an Internet content filtering system.
Florida’s Palm Beach County School
District serves over 170,000 students from kindergarten to grade 12,
in over 200 schools
Recognized by The New York Times for
reputation for excellence, Clarkstown
Central School District (CCSD), based in
New City, NY, comprises 11 elementary schools, three middle schools and
two high schools
Located in Southern
California, Poway Unified School
District (USD) serves the educational needs of 33,000 students in
With more than 66,000 students in 98 campuses, El Paso Independent School District (EPISD)
is the seventh largest district in Texas and the 57th largest district
in the United States
Was your school hit by the recent record-breaking “Snowmageddon” storm? What can you do to prepare for a blizzard – or for any emergency?