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As a technology leader, you recognize that student laptop programs are faced with challenges in a tough economy: reduced budgets, struggles to fund 1:1 computing and staff layoffs. IT needs to be seen as essential to learning rather than a cost center. That’s why accountability is critical. Proving that you can account for every computer in your district, and prevent theft, can save thousands of dollars and keep your students on the edge of technology.
In this webinar, the Chief Technology Officer of Illinois’ Community Unit School District 300 (CUSD) will discuss how he does exactly that, and how you can do the same. Initially, CUSD struggled to protect and inventory 5,400 laptops and desktops. However, after activating an anti-theft tracking service, the IT team gained complete visibility into their computers – allowing them to significantly cut down on administration costs.
Learn how one of Illinois’ largest districts proves accountability for their laptop program by:
If your district is considering the purchase of computers in the face of volatile budgets, this is one webinar you cannot miss!
Attendees will be entered to win an Amazon.com gift certificate and ALL attendees will receive a digital education Economic Stimulus kit containing current K-12 data regarding the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act aggregated by the Center for Digital Education's research team.