E-rate funding window extended through April 29
Take advantage of the 20% increase for Funding Year 2020 Category 2 E-rate applications. On March 17, 2020 the FCC directed USAC to extend the E-rate Funding Year 2020 Form 471 application filing window through 11:59 PM Eastern time on April 29, 2020. More time for E-rate filing This means that schools who missed […]
Use It or Lose It! 20% Increase for Funding Year 2020 Category 2 E-rate Applications
Maximize your E-rate dollars! Learn about recent changes and how they affect your district.
E-rate Funding Year 2020 Opens: 3 Key Things to Know
Guest Author: Dan Leister, E-rate Manager Cisco U.S. Public Sector On December 20th of last year, USAC announced the annual Form 471 filing window dates for E-rate Funding Year 2020 applications. This window opened January 15, 2020 and will close March 25, 2020, running for 70 days. But as you prepare your application, there […]
Ransomware in Education: How to use your Network to Stay Ahead of Attacks
Ransomware and other cyberthreats are growing against Educational institutions. Find out how you can turn your network into a sensor to help turn the tide.
Get Smart City “Smart” in Just 3 Simple Lessons
Your smart city initiative depends on understanding the why and how before you start. Get up to speed with this fast paced 3 part video lesson.
The evolution of Smart Cities: big data, digital transportation, and smart policies
The smart cities movement continues to mature. Big data, digital transportation, and smart policies put “citizens first,” and the bridge connecting them is making unimaginable opportunities possible.
Mardi Gras 2020: How the IoT is keeping it safe
It's Mardi Gras week in New Orleans and this year's celebration brings parades, parties - and a look at just how effective the IoT is in helping to keep it all safe.
Street Smarts 101: 5 Best Practices for Transportation
Autonomous vehicles, drones and tunnels may grab headlines, but are they ready for prime time? A better approach: bringing connectivity to roadways. Here are five things communities can do better.