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Summer Break: The Perfect Time for Schools to Improve Their IT

Posted by GS Staff on Jun 2, 2017 8:05:17 AM

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When Alice Cooper proclaims that “School's out for summer,” it's a shout of triumph that students everywhere can relate to. But as they're heading off for their summer vacations, swimming lessons and camp activities, school administrators remain hard to work preparing their institutions the next term. These days, technology plays a huge role in academic services and resources – so isn't this the perfect time to work on optimizing your IT setup?

 

 This generation of kids is more thoroughly indoctrinated into the world of computer technology than ever, to the point that many of them can't imagine being away from social media and interactive devices for any length of time. Your kids learn through monitors, smartphone screens and keyboards – but only if your school's technology is prepared to deliver this form of learning. If your current network can't manage both administrative needs and the ever-increasing demand for interactive classroom education, you'll want to expand it as soon as the last bell of the spring term rings. OurAustin IT support team at Gravity Systems can evaluate your current needs while also helping you future-proof your school.

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 While you're building out that new network for your academic institution, don't forget to protect it. Students aren't likely to take precautions against malware, spoofing or other dangerous situations. Some of them may even develop the technical savvy to do some hacking of their own. Our team will make sure you have the proper safeguards in place to safeguard your system against such hijinks as strongly as possible – and if something does go wrong, we'll troubleshoot the issue and get it dealt with right away so your institution focus on education instead of technical difficulties. Contact us today for a consultation so we can make sure your school's IT system merits an A-plus!

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