K-12 School Enhances its Educational Offering

An upgraded network solution supports BYOD initiatives.

Anderson County Schools serves about 4,000 students across nine campuses in Anderson County, Kentucky. To meet the needs of their students and teachers, and to provide a positive and exceptional learning experience, ACS looked to upgrade their existing network to support a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment and their digital citizenship program.

The solution ensures all students remain safe, become prepared to effectively compete for future jobs in the global economy, and act as responsible citizens with its safe learning environment where students are engaged and achieve at high levels.

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