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Building the new K12 Technology Delivery Model of the future

Questeq is currently investing significant financial and engineering resources to design the next generation delivery model that supports BYOD and anytime anywhere learning in K12.

Questeq recently attended the Enterasys SuperDrive 2012 partner conference that was held in Las Vegas, NV. During the two day conference Questeq learned about the exciting new solutions from Enterasys that support BYOD and network management in K12. Enterasys’ Mobile IAM product, which will be available in either a hardware appliance or for virtualized environments that run VMware’s ESX server, will offer identity, access and inventory management, context-based policy enforcement that includes more than 45 attributes, management capabilities through a single console, and automated auditing and reporting.

The goal is to provide Technology Management companies like Questeq a single offering that addresses all the elements of BYOD, from the devices that are accessing the district networks and the applications that are running on those devices to the students themselves and their locations. The issue of students and staff using their personal devices—including smartphones and tablets—is a concern for Questeq, who need to worry about the security of our districts network and data.

Both wired and wireless connectivity represent important components to our new delivery model design and we continue to standardize throughout our K12 customer base with Enterasys solutions. Additionally Questeq was featured as one the top reference partners at the event, please view the Questeq partner video filmed and presented at the Las Vegas event.

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