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Future-Proofing Your School's Tech Ecosystem: Strategies for Asset Tracking, Sustainability, and Budget Optimization

Thu., May 23, 2024, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
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In an era where educational technology evolves at breakneck speed, K-12 CTOs and technology administrators face the continuous challenge of managing asset tracking, refreshing cycles, and budget constraints, all while ensuring sustainability and making critical decisions on the sunsetting of legacy systems or investing in training for existing solutions.

Join us for an enlightening webinar that will provide you with actionable insights and strategies to optimize your school or district’s technology infrastructure. Our expert speakers will:

  • Guide you through the intricacies of effective asset management, from tracking and inventory to establishing efficient refresh cycles that align with your budgetary constraints and sustainability goals.
  • Demonstrate how to make informed decisions about when to sunset legacy products and how to maximize the value of your current technology through increased training and support.

Whether you’re looking to enhance your current asset tracking systems, implement sustainable IT practices, or optimize your technology budget, this webinar will equip you with the knowledge you need to future-proof your school’s technology ecosystem.

Speakers
Andrew Wallace
Director of Technology, South Portland Maine Schools, ME
Monica Weaver
Instructional Technology Specialist & Library Services, Harlingen, TX
Moderator
Carl Hooker
Educator, Speaker, Consultant, Author, Entrepreneur, and Podcast Host

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