Hyperconverged infrastructure adoption is projected to climb by 70 percent. Why? Backups that used to take hours now take seconds. And systems can be controlled through single-pane-of-glass management.
By taking into account your infrastructure, potential threats and vulnerabilities, and most critical assets, establishing a disaster recovery plan can help schools and districts bounce back after data disasters.
Schools are being challenged by the bandwidth demands of an increasing number of wireless devices. So as educators and administrators face new demands on their networks, K–12 leaders are closely examining Wi-Fi 6 technology.
The Center for Inclusive Technology in Education Systems (CITES) has refined a set of practices into a framework, based on current research and understanding gained from the project’s Knowledge Development Districts.
Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, and models the readiness to show appreciation for—and to return a gift of—kindness. Here are many successful practices to start implementing gratitude into each day of the week!
Considering all of the potential threats to K–12 data, disaster recovery is crucial for schools and districts to retrieve and reclaim vital information, and to maintain operations; avoiding catastrophic shut downs.