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How to Manage Tablets in Schools

  • January 29, 2016

Using tablets for school has many advantages as well as challenges. While they provide many learning opportunities, they need to be managed properly to be effective learning opportunities. Here you will find an overview of the advantages of using tablets for school as well as a solution for some of the most common challenges.

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5 Ways to Manage Your Organization's Chrome Devices

By using Chrome devices for your business you gain computers that are user friendly, easy to manage, and less prone to the viruses and other disadvantages you commonly encounter with traditional computers. One of the Chrome platform's key strengths is its Chrome Management Console allowing you to make modifications to and manage your Chrome devices from a single control panel. Here are five different ways the Chrome Management Console helps you manage your company devices.

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9 Myths and the Truth about Wifi in K-12 Education ( Part 4: Myths 7-9)

  • January 28, 2016

If you've made it this far: congratulations! You've worked your way through most of the myths (and truths) about Wi-Fi deployment in business and K-12 education, and now you're finally coming to the end of it. The last three myths deal with things like power consumption, how it effects performance, and how dual-band routers actually work.

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Cloud PBX Systems Prove Substantial Savings for Mid-Size Enterprises.

In 2014, RingCentral commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact (TEI) study and determine the potential return on investment (ROI) offered by deploying RingCentral's services in a company.

In order to do this, Forrester consulted four different businesses that were using RingCentral to replace their old PBX systems. From these four interviews, Forrester created a composite organization of 600 employees from the ones interviewed.

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5 Best Practices for Initial Domain Setup When Deploying Google Apps for Education

When it comes time to deploy Google Apps for Education, you may find yourself facing quite a few hurdles. One of these hurdles involves dealing with custom domains to use alongside Google Apps, but fortunately, if you follow our advice, you should be perfectly set. Let's get into some pointers on the best practices for Google Apps for Education.

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Learning the Truth about Wi-Fi in K12 Education

  • January 27, 2016

In certain technical circles, learning the specifications of Wi-Fi technology isn't strictly necessary.

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2 Things to consider before Swapping your Google Apps Primary Domain

It may become necessary to change your Google Apps Primary Domain over the course of your organization's success. Changing your primary domain requires a certain amount of clean up and reconfiguration. Google has tools to help you make this transition but you may be able to accomplish your goals without taking this step.

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9 Myths and the Truth about Wifi in K-12 Education ( Part 3: Myths 4-6)

  • January 21, 2016

Similar to the first 3 myths, the second 3 myths of Wi-Fi in K-12 education will help you save money while stilll experiencing the best performance for your school's network. In this article, you'll learn more about what "Wave 2" actually means for your network, how smartphones and other devices effect your Wi-Fi performance, and how Wi-Fi's security actually works.

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8 Tech Decisions & Tasks Before Deploying Google for Education

Your district is finally considering the leap into Google Apps for Education, and you've been tasked with deploying the program in your school. Congratulations? Now that you've caught your breath, know that you can do it. Besides, you've got Google for Education Partners and the Google Apps for Education Deployment Guide to help you through the process.

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