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Securing the Admin Suite: Locking Down Laptops and CPUs

  • October 24, 2019
As school districts continue to evaluate different ways to increase security and protect school property from theft and vandalism, one strategy that repeatedly proves problematic is relying on a single locked door to protect all of the valuables inside. Once a thief or vandal gets past the door, all of the computers, equipment, and files are available for the taking...
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Cellphones Threatening the Security of Your School’s Testing?

  • October 24, 2019
Each year thousands of students participate in state testing, and for schools that have a BYOD policy, personal devices like cellphones on testing day can be a real challenge and a real threat to the security of the testing environment. Because personal electronic devices are prohibited from use in testing areas, a tremendous burden is placed on schools to ensure students don’t enter testing areas with cellphones or other electronics.
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Store and Charge Solutions for Small Group Instruction

  • October 24, 2019
Special education teachers frequently “push in” to regular education classrooms, but a large part of their instruction is often delivered to small groups in other locations throughout the school building. Because their groups are small, learning support, emotional support, ESL, and speech and language teachers don’t always have the luxury of a full-sized classroom or easy access to equipment and resources.
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What Is Digital Citizenship?

  • October 24, 2019
Digital citizenship is a term that has recently gained prominence as our schools and classrooms have become increasingly steeped in technology. Simply put, digital citizenship refers to the way we behave online and the social rules and expectations that we apply to those behaviors. The word “citizenship” refers to our contribution to and responsibility toward a community.
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Acceptable Use Policy for Schools: Getting Started

  • October 24, 2019
An Acceptable Use Policy, or AUP, is a policy used by schools to clearly spell out what is acceptable and what is unacceptable when using a school’s network and the internet. It can also include rules for the care and use of devices in situations where a school provides laptops, tablets, or other internet-ready devices that students take home.
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What to Look for When Buying Mobile Computer Carts for Your School

  • October 24, 2019
If you’re an IT director or technology coach and it’s budget time, you’re probably looking for store and charge solutions that can accommodate the tech you have today and adapt to the tech you’ll have tomorrow. With devices cycling out every three to six years, it only makes sense to use your budget wisely and choose storage solutions that will grow with you and last beyond the next round of updates.
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Creating a BYOD Policy for Your School

  • October 24, 2019
Technology in the classroom is no longer the exception. It’s now the rule. But not all schools can afford to outfit each classroom with the latest devices to enhance learning. One way schools have found to work around a shortage of resources is to allow students to bring their own devices into the classroom. This strategy is commonly called BYOD, or “bring your own device,” and it has been largely successful in getting more tech into schools.
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Education Case Study – Reed Henderson High School

  • October 24, 2019
When B. Reed Henderson High School introduced a BYOD policy and began allowing students to bring their laptops, tablets, and other electronics to school, the new policy created a new need for students to have a secure place to store their devices when they weren’t being used.
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Education Case Study – East Georgia College

  • October 24, 2019
East Georgia College was looking for an individual storage solution for dormitory students to store their laptops and other valuables within the limited space of their dorm rooms. The college needed a solution that was convenient and easy for students to use, and it also had to be secure and compact to ensure that the students’ computers and other items would be kept safe and out of the way in these small spaces.
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3 Trends in Classroom Technology That Impact School Bandwidth

  • October 24, 2019
With the explosion of classroom technology, IT directors and technology coaches are working to keep up with bandwidth demand and predict its growth from year to year. While every school is different in the kinds of technology it uses, understanding trends in classroom technology can help make bandwidth predictions more accurate so budgets and planning don’t fall short.
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Tips for Picking a Store & Charge Station You Won’t Outgrow

  • October 24, 2019
When budget time comes and you’re charged with identifying the tech needs of your faculty and staff, it’s sometimes hard to see down the road far enough to predict long-term needs. This is especially true for IT directors and technology coaches who are constantly trying to navigate changes in hardware, software, and related equipment, as these resources tend to operate on a very short lifecycle.
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When Should You Replace Your Store and Charge Carts? The Answer Is Never.

  • October 24, 2019
If you’re looking at your school’s computer store and charge carts and thinking it may be time to replace them, you probably purchased your carts from the wrong manufacturer. A well-constructed cart should last a lifetime, so if yours isn’t even lasting through lunchtime, you should definitely learn what to look for so you don’t make the same mistake the second time around.
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Personal Device Storage for Students During High Stakes Testing

  • October 23, 2019
If you work in a public school that participates in state testing, then you’re likely familiar with the high level of security surrounding test materials and the challenge of personal device storage in testing areas. Teachers and administrators frequently struggle with managing students’ personal devices while they’re taking the test...
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Tech Trends in the Classroom Demand Adaptable Device Storage

  • October 23, 2019
Technology is continuing to have a dramatic effect on the classroom, not just in terms of the devices that students are using to learn but also in how the classroom is designed and furnished to accommodate device storage and charging. What does it mean for your school and its approach to device management? Here’s a closer look.
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How to Choose a Secure Device Store and Charge Solution

  • October 23, 2019
Many facilities have a need to securely store and charge devices when they are not in use or are not permitted in certain areas. For education and privacy-sensitive settings where personal device use is restricted, a stationary cabinet or depot is ideal. With this type of storage, cellphones or other small personal devices and belongings can be placed in individual compartments with single key or passcode access.
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TekCart™ Universal

  • October 18, 2019
Storing and transporting valuable electronics can be a challenge. With so many different options available on the market, it can be hard to choose the best solution for your application. If you’re looking for a reliable storage solution that won’t break the bank, take a look at the TekCart™ Universal. The TekCart™ Universal by Datum offers secure organized storage for all your valuable electronic devices.
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TekStak™ by Datum®

  • October 18, 2019
TekStak™ by Datum is the premiere one-to-one storage solution for your business, school, or government organization. Designed to safely store your laptops, netbooks, and other valuable electronics, TekStak™ is the latest addition to Datum’s line of innovative solutions. TekStak™ features individual locking bays that allow users to securely store their valuables in a stacked layout.
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Read This Before Budgeting for New Technology in Your Classroom

  • October 18, 2019
It’s no secret that technology use is growing in classrooms. The U.S. Department of Education reports that three quarters of teachers say educational technology is benefiting their students. Many schools see the benefit and are implementing strategies such as one-to-one laptop programs to boost student performance.
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Restaurants Serve Up the Tech

  • October 18, 2019
The restaurant industry has never been on the cutting edge of technology, mostly because restaurant owners and managers are some of the busiest people on the planet, and technology tends to take a back seat to the daily demands of food service. But technology is finally taking a seat at the booth, and that means a growing need for secure device storage.
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High-Tech Without High-Security Spells Disaster for Schools

  • October 18, 2019
According to a report by Absolute Software, public schools are the number one location for thefts of laptop computers and other portable electronic devices, followed closely by colleges and universities, which took the number five spot1. When the Charlotte-Mecklenberg School District…
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The True Cost of Losing Data

  • October 18, 2019
The numbers are staggering. More than 500 million laptop computers are sold in the U.S. each year. That equates to nearly one million computers purchased every day of the week. Of those, an estimated 2 million will be lost, or stolen. The time savings provided and ability to store a large and varied amount of information are the top reasons why the laptop is one of the most widely-owned electronic device in America.
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Storage in the Classroom

  • October 18, 2019
School districts across the nation are facing monetary concerns of varying degrees. Shrinking budgets, coupled with increasing technology needs, bulging class sizes and reduced classroom space means administrators and teachers have to be creative with your needs. You need efficient and affordable solutions that provide security, space savings and the ability to mobilize resources.
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Sharing Tech – The Upside and Downside

  • October 18, 2019
In a sense, mobile devices were at the forefront of the “sharing” economy. For years, businesses, libraries, schools and other organizations have been sharing expensive technology to stretch their budgets and give users better experiences. Sharing technology can provide great benefits.
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