BYOD: A Blessing or a Curse in Today's K-12 Instructional Environment?

2/1/2012 12:00:00 AM
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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the new mantra for today's budget-strapped K-12 IT and Instructional officers, however, it comes with several potential surprises that can overwhelm a school district. Schools must have three key ingredients for a successful BYOD strategy:
  • A solid plan to separate key assets from certain user groups
  • Pedagogy re-training
  • Robust and reliable wireless connectivity that is able to support 3x to 4x Wi-Fi devices per user.
Discover why Ruckus' ZoneFlex technology is the Wi-Fi of choice for K-12 technologists and teachers.  
Joe McBreen, Chief Information Officer, St. Vrain Valley School District
Also Presenting:
David Callish, VP of Marketing, Ruckus Wireless
G.T. Hill, Director, Field Technical Marketing, Ruckus Wireless 

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