Schools are significantly ramping up their use of technology, both as a teaching tool and an administrative asset for teachers, administrators and students alike. It is projected that $3.7 billion will be spent on laptops across all educational institutions*. But along with that increased spend and adoption comes an increased scope of work for IT departments.
What does this mean for IT professionals?
Increased scrutiny – decision makers are looking for more granular budget & asset tracking
Additional compliance concerns – everything from monitor size to software versions must be tracked
Additional potential security risks – dated OS installs & settings, BYOD devices, etc.
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*2015 IDC study - https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS256...