Disaster Planning for your Business or Organization

The aftermath of Hurricane Florence left many homes and businesses under serious distress. You may not think that this can happen to you, but Hurricane Sandy was a reminder that disaster can hit major urban cites such as New York as well. Now is...

Summers Over Back to Work

Now that summer is over and your back to your regular schedule, now is the time to get your cyber house in order. While working from home you don’t have the sophisticated firewall and other security measures as you would in the office. Bringing...

Why your school needs an ADA compliant website

This is a guest blog post provided by our trusted partner Niki Jones Agency, Inc.

In this modern era where the majority of the population, including students, frequently use the online web, it’s crucial for all users to have fair access to...

Ken's Tech Corner: Apple Watch Wishlist & Review

When I first heard that Apple was releasing the Apple Watch, I had such visions of grandeur. Since using an Apple Watch for the past three years after its initial launch, I’ve come to the conclusion that Apple still has a ways to go in making...

10 Steps to Creating a Technology Roadmap for Your School or District

Schools and districts are usually under budget for their IT needs. The best way to minimize IT expenditures and invest in technology wisely is to develop a technology roadmap. A technology roadmap is a technology plan which takes into account the...

How to Maintain Erate Compliance When Dealing with Vendor Bidding

Did you know Erate can claim back funds if they find out that you did not have a fair competitive bidding process?

How to Develop a Proper Bid Matrix for E-Rate

When an applicant examines and evaluates the bids received for eligible services, he or she must select the most cost-effective bid. The price of the eligible products and services must be the primary factor in the evaluation, but it does not...

How to Prepare Your Technology During Winter Break

With the Winter Recess upon us, now is a great time to get your school’s network ready for the second half of the school year.

7 Google Doc Productivity Tips You Should Be Using (But Probably Aren’t)

Ready to become a Google Docs Power User and kick your productivity goals into overdrive in the new year? Then keep reading to learn our favorite hacks to help you show Google Docs who’s boss…

Using E-Rate to Lower Cybersecurity Costs and Create a Safe Learning Environment

As technology continues to evolve, protecting student information and other sensitive data at K-12 schools has become increasingly challenging. According to a recent report by Ponemon Institute, as many as 15 percent of all recorded security...