7 Wireless Network Design Steps Every School Should Master
Over the last few weeks here at SecurEdge, we have been talking a lot about the best ways to design and create a successful school wireless network from start to finish.
Whether you’re preparing for infrastructure upgrades (which is the foundation of your network), choosing a program that best suits your curriculum, or upgrading your wireless security, every part greatly affects the others and whether or not your school wireless network is a success or a disaster.
If you’d like some help or just need some last minute advice as you finalize your summer deployment plans, check out the articles below to learn more about the various school wireless network design stages, as well as specific ways that you can optimize your tactics to guarantee success. Enjoy!
Study Shows How Students are Using Technology in the Classroom
66% of students say they were prepared to use the needed technology when the entered college. This still means that 34% of students were not ready. Before you can design or re-design your network it's important to understand how the end users (students) are using technology. This blog post covers a few of the most common trends today and how they will affect your wireless network design.
Checklist: 6 Updates to Bring Mobile Technology in the Classroom
It’s no secret anymore that enabling students and teachers with mobile technology in the classroom has tremendous benefits. To have all the benefits of what technology can bring, your infrastructure must be built or refreshed, well in advance of putting those laptops or tablets into students or teachers hands. In this blog post we give you a checklist that will make sure your infrastructure is ready for mobile learning in the fall.
Why Your Best Wireless Design Idea is a Wireless Site Survey
There is a science and art behind wireless RF designs and if not done properly will waste money, time, and potentially cause issues to your own networks, your neighbor’s networks and in some extreme instances incur the wrath of the FCC. In this blog post the importance of working with a wireless solution provider to make sure your wireless site survey is done correctly.
3 Phases of Implementing 1:1 Technology in the Classroom
Many schools are moving towards 1:1 initiatives as mobile technology advances however, this can be a very intimidating project. There are three phases to successfully implement 1:1 in schools, and this blog post covers each phase in detail outlining exactly how to support your 1:1 rollout.
23 Reasons BYOD is the Answer to Bringing Mobility to Schools
BYOD has gone from just a trend to a reality in schools and entire school districts. By increasing collaboration and making education more interactive BYOD makes a great solution for school mobility. In this blog post check out our list of 23 different reasons BYOD might be the program you’ve been looking for.
Top 3 Ways to Securely Deploy Technology in the Classroom
Most schools want to allow their students and teachers to have full access to the benefits mobile technology brings with them. However, the challenge of security can make it a difficult process. In this blog post we go over the top 3 ways to deploy your school wireless network securely and efficiently.
School Wireless Network Design: A Lesson in Mobility
Sometimes it helps to make sense of this process by looking at an example. In this blog post we take a detailed look at one school who had gone through the process of creating a mobility strategy and are now properly and successfully mobile. Learn how they got started, and how other schools can accomplish the same level of success with their own mobility strategies.
At SecurEdge, we deliver affordable, robust, and secure wireless platforms – it’s all we do. If you have any questions about proper wireless network design or would like to discuss an upcoming project, please contact us here.
Danny is the Marketing Manager at SecurEdge Networks. This basically means it’s his mission in life to make sure you have the secure mobility tools and resources that you actually want and can use. P.S. He also loves a good craft beer.