|Create Date||July 7, 2014|
|Last Updated||July 24, 2015|
Nowhere is the frenetic march of technology more evident than in today’s classrooms.
The widespread use of online learning, along with students and teachers bringing their own devices to school, is creating both technological and policy challenges for district administrators.
School policies, at least, can be easily amended.
The same cannot be said of the physical infrastructure technology: the cabling, switches, routers, receivers, and transmitters that help disseminate information throughout a school campus. Physical infrastructure technology requires time, careful planning, and – most importantly – money to upgrade.
This white paper allows one to learn the six ways that school districts are extending the lives of their existing technology infrastructures and preparing for future capacity needs.
|Six Strategies to Future-Proof Your School Wiring Network|