In This Issue: Focus on Networking and Communications

WIRELESS: Wi-Fi networks future-proof school districts >
COMMUNICATIONS: Respond quickly with ENS >
EXCHANGE 2010: Powerful new Microsoft messaging >

JANUARY 2010

January 5, 2010  

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Case Study  

Building a Wireless Future
Wi-Fi networks are set for the long haul

By deploying an 802.11n wireless network, the Kaneland School District in Sugar Grove, Ill., offers students, staff and teachers the ability to connect from anywhere in the district.

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Tech Trends  

Emergency Notification Systems
IP-based products get the word out

School districts are deploying emergency systems that support everything from voice to texting and even social media.

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Tech Tips  

Migrating to Microsoft Exchange 2010
5 tips for managing the new messaging platform

A complex and powerful product like Exchange 2010 can take control of your IT shop if you don't learn how to take control first. Read how to more effectively deploy, manage and support this new platform.

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Product Review  

Cisco UC 500
Platform fosters enhanced communications

Cisco's UC 500 offers everything an IT department needs to deliver more effective communications between faculty, students and staff.

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Feature  

The E-Rate Edge
Access to FCC funds has given school telecom and Internet strategies a lift

Since 1998, the E-Rate program run by the Federal Communications Commission has distributed roughly $2.25 billion a year to schools and libraries for phone and Internet services and networking equipment. Get the inside story on how these programs work.

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Mass Notification Systems in K – 12 Schools: When an emergency happens, officials can take swift action to keep parents updated


Case Study

Outrunning Interference: Schools look to 802.11n to manage increasingly crowded Wi-Fi space


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