K–12 educators discover the benefits and flexibility of online learning.
All-flash arrays can optimize data center operations and create a foundation for new services.
Take the Digital Leap
Taking the digital leap requires broadband access, proper funding and the right people on board.
A Path Forward
Project Lead The Way's president and CEO says students should be engaged and excited about their futures and careers.
The Art of Automation
Code your way around repetitive tasks with this scripting language tool.
How to Safely Dispose of, Donate or Sell Your Old IT
Use these tips to make sure your school district retires its old tech responsibly.
This first-of-its-kind device does double duty for K–12 schools.
Center of Attention
All-in-one collaboration solution shifts easily between videoconference and shared computer.
Wi-Fi Meets 1:1
To power up more devices, schools need to be mindful when refreshing networks.
Districts extend their wireless networks to buses, sports facilities to expand students’ opportunities.
Weather the Storm
Schools should prepare by forming disaster recovery and continuity of operation plans, experts say.
Lights, Camera, Action!
K–12 students also produce their own films, news broadcasts and other content in media classes.
Planning goes beyond disaster recovery to include everyone in the organization.