It’s true. We expect a lot from our devices and the internet. Capabilities, connectivity—we know that practically anything we can think of is out there, cloud-based, ready for us to use and enjoy. This demand is why the network must continue to be quick to adapt. Steve Alexander sums up key requirements in his Forbes article, “The Network in 2020: Faster, Closer, Smarter” where he states that user experiences and interconnectedness will elevate to new levels. Users demand it. Connect with DSN Group, Inc. for more thoughtful articles.Read More
Fresno Unified School District implemented the Personalized Learning Initiative in fall 2016, to help close the achievement gap for their students and produce well-rounded graduates who were proficient in both technology and a variety of interpersonal skills.
Is the initiative meeting these goals? A careful examination of year one standardized test results may help to shed light on this question.
Contact us to learn more about the Personalized Learning Initiative and what it’s encouraging results might mean for your district.Read More
In a report published by the SANS Institute reviewing IT security spending trends (2018), they rank “spending effectiveness”. The effectiveness rank of the top 5 in a list of 21 is: Access & Authentication Endpoint Security Advanced Malware prevention Wireless Security Continuous monitoring The top 5 in dollars spent are: Access & Authentication Advanced Malware…Read More
We’ve all heard of “costs and standards of living” as it relates to wages, salaries, and benefits, but did you ever think about how that amount is calculated? It actually all boils down to productivity and the fact that in any given hour, you can produce more in terms of products and services than your…Read More
In a news report it was revealed that up to 1 billion passwords have been compromised. As an IT professional we know to do. Quickly either delete the affected account or change the password. And if we use the same password or naming convention, all other accounts we have get changed too. Even with the…Read More
Microsoft has officially stopped selling Windows 7. Wait a minute and let that sink in. Windows 7 Professional was cleared for sale until October 31st and is no longer available. Unless there is stock currently available at a store. Windows 10 is listed as being supported indefinitely because, according to Microsoft, it’s the last version…Read More
I recently read an article about the NSA getting hacked. A group called Shadow Brokers claimed they hacked Equation Group (and based on the story I read, Equation Group is an NSA entity). The article went on to say that the group published what it claims are sophisticated software tools (cyber weapons) and posted that…Read More