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INTERNET OF THINGS IN K–12

The world of IoT offers a growing array of Internet-connected technologies and devices.
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The world of IoT offers a growing array of Internet-connected technologies and devices. CDW-G’s survey of 300 K–12 professionals has identified some of the top trends, benefits, and goals for IoT transformation:

* Nearly half of schools/districts have a formal IoT strategy in place.

* K–12 professionals say IoT will:

● Make schools safer (85%)
● Improve student engagement (81%)
● Save districts significant money (65%).

* The top remaining hurdles for IoT implementation include:

● Cost (58%)
● Privacy issues (33%)
● Security issues (30%)
Internet reliability (25%).

Click here to see the full survey and infographic. 

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