Today, school administrators are concerned about mobile learning initiatives, network capacity demands and security breaches. New initiatives such as Common Core online assessments and one-to-one learning programs require a robust network. Students are using devices like Chromebooks for everyday class work, and teachers are relying on the network for lesson plans and testing. As the need for a reliable network becomes more vital for the students and staff, the health and safety of the network become more critical. The demand for a more secure network is even more apparent with the recent headlines. Hackers are targeting schools to acquire student and staffs information which is increasing the concern of security breaches for many school administrators. Luckily, there are network solutions available to alleviate the concerns of security breaches while meeting the network capacity and mobile learning demands. Solutions such as the latest product offering from SonicWALL-Next Generation Firewall (NGFW).
Normandy School Collaborative Partners with Tech Electronics to Upgrade Network
Collaborative invests $1.2 million into IT network to support modern learning environment
St. Louis, MO (February 17, 2017) – selected Tech Electronics for its district-wide network infrastructure upgrade. The Collaborative is investing $1.2 million into replacing its current IT infrastructure. The project awarded in early February is slated for completion by this Spring.
Scott Knapp, Director of, represented Tech Electronics in the St. Louis Business Journal’s Table of Experts: Education. From and physical to the future of classrooms, Knapp and other industry experts discuss the pressing issues in education today.