EdTech: Focus on K12
|In This Issue: Focus on Unified Communications
PLANNING: The Key to Worry-Free Deployments
|Nov. 8, 2011
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Planning for UC
By sticking to solid plans, UC deployments went very well at Northern California's Los Gatos–Saratoga Joint Union High School District, Green Bay Area Public Schools and the Jackson–Madison County School System in Tennessee.
UC's Gradual Evolution
Assumption High School in Louisville, Ky., and Cleveland County Schools in North Carolina have both deployed Cisco Unified Communications. Assumption likes Cisco's maintenance features while Cleveland County Schools started by running its intercom systems over UC.
Going Mobile with UC
Careful planning of APIs, mobile connections and device management will ensure success when your organization rolls out mobile unified communications applications.
Cisco 3945e Integrated Services Router
This next-generation router from Cisco Systems lets IT departments virtualize their satellite offices while supporting the latest video, graphics and UC applications.
Unified Communications and Collaboration: Connecting staff and resources for greater organizational efficiency.
Unified Communications: Collaboration technologies yield staffing, productivity and budget efficiencies.
Building Blocks: Digital fabrication systems can spark student creativity and interest in STEM careers.
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