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  • Deploy K-12 Common Core-Ready Networks

    Watch this webcast and learn about the technical requirements K-12 IT professionals need to consider while planning for the Common Core network.

Deploy K-12 Common Core-Ready Networks

(Original webcast February 5, 2014)

Recent surveys show that two of the top three K-12 IT priorities are bring your own device (BYOD) and Common Core Standards. All but five states across the United States have adopted the Common Core State Standard Initiative. Is your network ready for Common Core mandated online testing in addition to the onset of BYOD in the classroom?

IT professionals are faced with providing a secure network that can support the increased bandwidth demands of mandatory online testing, while also preparing for BYOD support.

Watch this live webcast and learn about deployment scenarios for your wired and wireless network across different district sizes:
  • Migrate your current network to meet and beat the upcoming demands, or
  • Consider new network deployments that enable your IT staff to use a converged wired/wireless network with simplified policy and consolidated network management
Find out about what technical requirements your IT professionals need to consider while planning for the Common Core network. Learn about Cisco’s advanced technology options that can make managing a BYOD and Common Core network simple, even with limited IT staff.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Midmarket enterprise networks overview
  • Demands of BYOD and Common Core on the network
  • Network deployment options to meet the demands
  • 802.11ac for K-12
Approximate duration: 60 minutes

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