Layering your K-12 campus safety management and cybersecurity tools provides the most complete coverage School administrators have a heavy burden when it comes to keeping students and faculty safe in today’s education environments. Threats to health and safety come in many forms, including cyber threats as well as physical ones. We mainly deal with K-12 […]
Learn why schools across the country are using dedicated K-12 cloud application security technology to protect students and staff
Learn How School IT Administrators Protect Students and Staff with K-12 Cloud Security
K-12 cloud security solutions protect students and staff from identity theft, financial risk and personal harm
Remember the excitement of heading back to school? Spending hours organizing your pencil box and binder until you got it just right? Fresh notebooks ready to be filled with notes and doodles? For today’s student, the same excitement is there (most of the time hopefully), but the tools have changed.
Schools need accessible data and networks for a diverse audience of users, including students, parents, teachers, administrators, and third-party vendors. And on the surface, it seems that the cloud is making meeting everyone’s needs much easier. Yet the transition to cloud-based computing was oversold as a much less expensive way to manage IT, but the truth is that you still have to manage your school’s IT services and cybersecurity even when they are in the cloud. It’s a delicate balancing act.
I used Google Docs to write this post – the popular word processing app within Google G Suite. At ManagedMethods, Docs is an indispensable part of our workflow. Collaborating, sharing and editing documents with a team through the cloud is easier than ever, leaving many of Microsoft’s Office apps in the dust.