How to Make the Most of the 2021–2022 School Year

Every new school year brings myriad challenges for school executives and planning committees. The 2021–2022 school year carries the even greater burden of preparing for remote, hybrid, and in-person learning in the middle of a pandemic.  Proper planning is critical to ease the stress, fear, and uncertainty caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and manage […]

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Here are The Best Tech Tools for SMBs

Due to budget constraints, small businesses often find themselves unable to afford the tools and systems necessary to streamline their daily activities. As a result, small businesses, unlike large corporations, spend most of their time tackling day-to-day operations and sacrifice time spent on strategic planning, long-term goals, and other functions that can help grow their […]

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How to Increase Productivity in Your School

There are many pitfalls in educational environments. From a lack of time to the need for constant supervision, it can be difficult for educators to maintain their productivity levels. In this blog post, we will discuss how you can increase your teachers’ productivity and create a better learning environment, with a bit of help from […]

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What You Need To Know About K-12 Disaster Recovery

There has been a lot of discussion in the last year about Disaster Recovery Plans. Long a part of nearly every major business, we have begun to see the necessity for such planning in small business, non-profits, and even K-12 schools. But there is still a lot of confusion as to what these plans entail, […]

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Microsoft Nixes Windows 10X Launch

In October 2019, Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 10X. Presented as a continuation and significant advancement on the existing Windows 10 software, it was not long before industry experts began to notice potential problems. Initially scheduled to release in the Fall of 2020, it was quickly delayed to spring 2021. But as the new […]

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What Keeps Your IT Director Up At Night?

The days of IT operating purely in the background until a storm, a printer stops working, or someone forgot the WiFi password are over. More than ever, schools are relying on their IT departments to ensure critical daily operations are running smoothly and securely. In some cases, a single and even small network malfunction can […]

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What the New Microsoft Office Updates Mean for Your Business

The Microsoft Office suite has long been a staple of the American workplace, so naturally, whenever changes or updates are announced, it garners quite a bit of attention. Although the software has a strong history, changes to something so ingrained into our day-to-day work can still be cause for concern. And the latest announcement does […]

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