Changes are coming to how Adobe products are licensed, and students and faculty are going to reap the rewards.
Education--more so than the enterprise--embraces choice, promoting environments that enable students to use the methods that work best for them. Here are four ways we saw this play out at [...]
From end-user devices to data center infrastructure, SHI has the expertise and partnerships to manage successful hardware refreshes. Here are a few examples spanning the private and public sectors.
Microsoft's changes to Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES) went into effect this week. Read on to learn about the new licensing practices and programs for education organizations.
The school year ends with the same routines: end-of-year grades, final projects, and the tantalizing thought of summer vacation. But in the rush of the final days of school, some things can go [...]
Your millennial teachers are important assets. They love collaborating and sharing ideas. They’re masters of technology. They’re flexible, authentic, and always seeking new ways to engage [...]
How can you ace a 1:1 initiative? It starts with doing your homework. If your school district is planning a 1:1 initiative, you’re probably weighing your options against costs and security – [...]
There are a few clear signs that your school’s network deserves a failing grade. Do students in the computer lab struggle to do research because the administrative offices are hogging bandwidth? [...]
Armed with E-Rate funding, schools and libraries are bolstering their wireless networks by upgrading routers and adding access points. Many schools use the funding in preparation for a 1:1 [...]
School districts across the country just wrapped up the application process for the next round of E-Rate funding, while libraries still have a few weeks until the deadline. As the adoption of [...]