|In This Issue: Focus on Network Infrastructure
BANDWIDTH: School districts speed up their networks
|May 3, 2011
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Network upgrades help Dawson County Schools in Georgia and Sioux City Community School District in Iowa more easily deploy web-based apps.
Why 10 Gig-E Makes Sense
Council Rock School District in Bucks County, Pa., and Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia opt for 10 Gigabit Ethernet to support bandwidth-intensive applications and data consolidation and virtualization projects.
Get Ready for the Cloud
Cloud computing promises lower IT costs and reduced staffing levels, but it also puts new pressures on enterprise networks. These five tips will prepare your network for the cloud.
Cisco's Small-Office Switch
Cisco's small-office switch supports everything from IPv6 to VoIP and is easy enough for staffers in a small or satellite office to set up without help from IT.
Video:V. Sue Cleveland High School, Rio Rancho, N.M.
21st century technologies at work
Get an up-close look at the 21st century technologies used inside and outside the classrooms of this two-year-old high school in Rio Rancho, N.M.
Virtualization and Infrastructure Optimization: Gain the most value from your enterprise infrastructure via virtualization and other optimization solutions
A Matter of Common SANs: High-availability storage area networks keep core systems running smoothly.
Lausanne Laptop Institute, July 10–13, Memphis, Tenn.: The Collaborative One-to-One Conference for K12 Professionals.
View the 21st Century Classroom
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