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Computer Recovery and End of Year Inventory Webinar 6-17, 2ET

Kids will be kids. So three years ago, when Lorain City Schools was moving to a 1 1 computer environment, they expected that theft or loss was inevitable. They also knew that lost computers would be costly to students, teachers
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Kids will be kids. So three years ago, when Lorain City Schools was moving to a 1:1 computer environment, they expected that theft or loss was inevitable. They also knew that lost computers would be costly to students, teachers and the district’s budget. That's why the district decided to arm over 4,000 computers with a tracking and recovery program. In this webinar, Gary Brantley, Chief Information Systems Officer of Lorain City Schools, will discuss how the program has worked for them, as well as unexpected benefits they have realized. After all, as each school year comes to a close, Brantley must ensure that over 4,000 computers are accounted for, safe and sound.

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