EdTech Magazine shares an illuminating interview with Chad Stevens, leader for K-12 education at Amazon Web Services, detailing best practices for embarking upon a could migration journey.
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.
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.
According to this new report—sponsored by PBLWorks and Project Tomorrow—project-based learning is rich with opportunities for enhancing learning experiences.
The problems that tightened access to student computing devices during the height of the pandemic are expected to plague districts in the coming school year as well.
Malwarebytes—an anti-malware software company—has released a new report revealing that schools need to do a lot of catch up to stave off potential cyberattacks.
CoSN released its 2021 EdTech Leadership Survey Report, offering unique insight into the challenges that edtech leaders faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MIT Technology Review has published its 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2021 list. See what technologies are reinventing our lives now, or are poised to make a significant impact in the future.