Today’s classroom is all about connectivity, with students, teachers, and administrators alike relying on technology from Chromebooks and iPads in the classroom to IP phones in the office to accomplish the all-important mission of educating the next generation.
But how does a small school district keep the lights — and the technology — on when they face more than a power outage a month?
This case study follows how Schneider Electric helped Bainbridge Island School District in Washington state keep increasingly technology-dependent schools up and running despite a challenging environment where severe storms and power glitches are common.
Check it out to learn:
- how Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure IT Expert Mobile Insights app helps network administrators manage a far-flung network;
- the kinds of services you can bring in to help education clients manage a tough and resource-constrained environment and improve their IT outcomes;
- how monitoring can help a stretched-thin IT staff keep things running smoothly for students and educators; and
- how Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure innovation bridges the gap between IOT devices and the power those devices need to deliver business results.
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