BYOD is just the tip of a growing iceberg of resource-intensive demands that can sink a school network. Managing the infrastructure and support requirements of the modern school network presents K-12 IT managers with enormous challenges.
Watch this on-demand webinar to hear how two school districts successfully planned and implemented their wireless and wired infrastructure projects. Mat-Su Borough School District in Alaska, with 17,000 students, and Port Huron Schools in Michigan, with 17 schools, faced a range of networking challenges. Learn about the obstacles and surprises they faced, and how they addressed them.
Topics covered include:
- Implementing broad BYOD programs without IT intervention
- Providing remote network management and repair
- Managing thousands of wide-ranging devices across diverse school districts
- Justin Michaud, CIO, Mat-Su Borough School District, Alaska
- Mark Washington, Director Technology and Media Services, Port Huron Schools, Michigan
- Jonathan Kidwell, Director of K-12 North America, Extreme Networks