With another school year underway, some challenges from the pandemic still linger. Learn how to make the most of virtual parent/teacher conferences in 2021.
Sad as it may be, Summer is coming to an end and fall semester is about to kickoff. As we continue our 4-part series on Summer School IT Projects, we’ll close things out by walking through the steps needed to deploy new infrastructure and get everything ready for the new school year.
There’s no better time to overhaul, upgrade, or improve your network than when you have an empty building. This entry into our series on Summer IT projects for your school, we’ll talk about tackling bigger, more time-intensive network infrastructure projects with help from your Managed IT provider.
Managed IT solutions can make a huge difference for schools and colleges, but what do you do with Summer off months? Start your school’s Summer IT Projects off right with a solid plan for those months with no students. Preparing, planning, and purchasing is the first step!
With video conferencing now becoming such a major part of our lives, it’s important to learn appropriate virtual meeting etiquette. If you don’t want to embarrass yourself on a Teams or Zoom virtual meeting (either as a teacher or a participant), you’ll want to read this guide on video conferencing etiquette.
The lingering fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to push more businesses and organizations toward a work-from-home or, at the very least, a more socially distanced environment. Microsoft Teams offers the perfect intersection of security and functionality to bring remote collaborators together productively.
As schools scramble to find ways to reach their students during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, more districts are finding creative, low-tech ways to improve the remote learning experience for all students. Learn how schools are turning to outdoor Wi-Fi and 4G Chromebooks to reach students while observing social distancing.
Students, parents, teachers, and staff expect that school districts provide for them a safe and secure educational environment. That means securing school buildings from weapons, violence, and unwanted behavior. Learn how video surveillance cameras can provide a safer and more secure educational environment for your school’s students, teachers, and staff.
In the era of COVID-19, schools are turning to temperature scanning and facial recognition cameras to protect their students and teachers from the virus. School officials must provide a safe environment for their students and teachers and protect them from all manner of threats. Not all threats are related to physical violence, however.