Preparing Education for a Wireless Future

The most strategic investment your school district can make in the near term is in the network. With the explosion of mobile devices and the irreversible phenomenon of bring-your-own device (BYOD), users now expect seamless, wireless connectivity. School districts must support 1:1 student learning environments where a wireless network accommodates every student, teacher and administrator simultaneously.

A unified approach to network management can help deliver more reliable connectivity and a better user experience for both students and staff. By unifying the management of your wired and wireless networks with a single tool, such as HP Intelligent Management Center (IMC), you can simplify network provisioning, monitoring, troubleshooting, and reporting. And that simplifies IT, cuts operational costs, and reduces unplanned downtime.

Common Core — Are you ready?
A guide to best practice networks for Common Core and 1:1

Primaty/Secondary Education

Network Infrastructures for 1:1and Common Core Online Testing

Common Core Standards solutions and resources by HP

“Our network barely had a wireless presence before, and now it’s designed to handle up to 10,000 devices. It’s like we’ve gone from a Model T to a Ferrari in one year.”

Kameron Ball,
Director of Technology, Clinton Public Schools

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Clinton Public School

Clinton Public School District

Clinton Public School District designs a district-wide wireless network to meet national online testing standards ahead of deadline.

George River

George River Grammar

Refreshes complete wireless and wired network infrastructure to support access by all students and staff.

Susquehanna Township School District

Susquehanna Township School District

A new era of technology drives boost in services for students and teachers while reducing network complexity.

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Ballarat Grammar chooses HP Mobility Manager to address the web authorization challenges introduced by BYOD.

South Washington School District uses IMC to help manage its network in preparing for a wireless future.

The largest school district in Utah, Alpine School District implements a wireless solution with 2500 access points at 70 schools.

Phoenix-area school district upgrades aging network to increase bandwidth, improve security and expand wireless coverage for easier and more reliable access to advanced teaching and administrative applications and digital tools.

White papers & Solution Briefs

K-12 Solution Brief

HP Networking portfolio for primary and secondary schools.
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Rural Education Solution Brief

HP Networking portfolio for rural school districts.
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BYOD in Education

Simplifying bring your own device in education.
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