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Re-design your School technology around the Cloud

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Tim Lee

on 29 April 2014

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Re-design your school technology around the Cloud
Why are schools going to the Cloud?
Re-design & Re-think
Building our school around GAFE
Questions & Answers
For you to return to your school with ideas and understanding on the next steps for your school's journey in the cloud.
CIPA compliant web filtering has just gone mobile
Apps Firewall for Google Apps
Discover – Automatically detect all apps granted access in the domain
Classify – Allow or ban apps based on their risk profile and community intelligence
Remediate – Take action to secure your domain by revoking unapproved apps and notifying associated users
Monitor – Continuously monitor the environment for new apps that are added to the domain
Collaboration Security for GAFE
Protect & Govern your school's data on GAFE

Define Secure Zones for Collaboration
Centralized Management Of Permissions
Data Governance, Compliance, and Analytics
Data Discovery & Manage Records In Google Drive
Cloud Based Wifi & Networking
Deep visibility and increased control with ease

Campus-Wide Visibility & Control
Built for High-Density & BYOD Environments
100% free MDM for any school
Centralized Management without Controllers

Chromebooks give students, teachers, and administrators a simple solution for fast, intuitive, and easy-to-manage computing.
Free Web-based email, calendar & documents
for collaborative study anytime, anywhere.
Tim Lee
Amplified IT
Why are schools going to the cloud?
Survey of 1,200 IT Professionals:

Storage Requirements
Savings - 21% over four years
Cloud Benefits
Cost saving from GAFE
IT Budget Savings
E-mail server
Spam filter
Resource Management
Calendar resources
File Storage
Google Drive
Hidden benefits from GAFE
Efficiency savings
IT Support Redirected
Browser based access
SAAS Apps - subscription based pricing
Ability to sample technologies
Revitalize Interactions
Reduction in printing
"If a building, vehicle, or system is redesigned, it is rebuilt according to a new design in order to improve it."

English Collins Dictionary
"is a project that lacks any constraints imposed by prior work."
Digital Signage
Web Filter
Leverage the advanced features of HTML5 to quickly and easily turn any HTML5-compatible browser or device into an enhanced RDP Client. Instantly connect to Windows desktops and applications, from any device - without installing Flash, Java or any other software on the client. That means zero client maintenance!

Access to Edu websites and systems (e.g., ALEKS) and web applications (e.g., MAP TAA) not supported by Chromebooks
- Remote Desktop/Applications
Key features at a glance:

Control student print quota, or charge for printing.
Track and budget staff printing by faculty or department.
Simple installation - starts working immediately.
Directory integration with automatic user account creation.
Simple web-based administration for office staff.
Automatic scheduling of credit/quotas.
Solutions for managing wireless laptop printing.
Runs on Windows, Mac, Linux and Novell, making PaperCut the most flexible and integrated management solution available.
- Print Management
Revel Digital
- Digital Signage
Picasa Slideshow
Google Sites Annoucements
The No. 1 issue impeding educational organizations from adopting the cloud is security.

39 percent of K-12 respondents

Concerns stemmed from:
Lack of visibility of integrations
Inability to set polices on 3rd party services
Not planning future roadmap of adoption
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