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    [Webinar] In the Lab With ENA—Diving Into Packets to Enhance Your Cyber Security

    28 July, 2015 Chris Willis Blog, Technically Speaking, Webinar Comments Off on [Webinar] In the Lab With ENA—Diving Into Packets to Enhance Your Cyber Security
    [Webinar] In the Lab With ENA—Diving Into Packets to Enhance Your Cyber Security

    In the Lab With ENA—Diving Into Packets to Enhance Your Cyber Security Presenter: David Mabry, Manager of Systems Engineering, & Jay Power, Director of Solutions Engineering May 7, 2015, Webinar: Webinar Description: In our previous network security webinar, we discussed the proactive steps ENA takes to protect our customers’ networks against harmful and detrimental DDoS […]

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    Act Now! CoSN Needs Your Voice on Capitol Hill to Help Close the Homework Gap

    13 July, 2015 Chris Willis #EdChat, #EdTech, Blog Comments Off on Act Now! CoSN Needs Your Voice on Capitol Hill to Help Close the Homework Gap
    Act Now! CoSN Needs Your Voice on Capitol Hill to Help Close the Homework Gap

    The Senate is now debating revisions to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, including  proposals to promote out-of-school broadband access. Senator Angus King (I-ME) and Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) have introduced two broadband digital equity focused amendments. CoSN issued a statement in support of this amendment. The proposed amendments would: (1) establish a demonstration program […]

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    We Are ENA – Andrew Von Nagy

    08 July, 2015 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off on We Are ENA – Andrew Von Nagy
    We Are ENA – Andrew Von Nagy

      Andrew Von Nagy Mobility Architect, ENA Andrew joined the ENA team six months ago as a mobility architect. He holds a BS in MIS, has taken partial graduate studies in network computing, and also holds a few expert-level industry certifications such as the CCIE and CWNE. 1. Pretend I’ve never heard of ENA. How […]

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    Top Tennessee Workplace 2015: Education Networks of America

    06 July, 2015 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off on Top Tennessee Workplace 2015: Education Networks of America
    Top Tennessee Workplace 2015: Education Networks of America

    At ENA, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch services, solutions, and resources to schools and libraries across the country. The secret behind our success is simple—our employees are awesome! Although we are scattered across the country, all of our ENA employees share the same passion for improving education. None of us are satisfied until we […]

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    Kudos to a Visionary Educator: Recognizing Dr. John Williams Upon His Retirement as Long-term Superintendent

    01 July, 2015 Terry Spradlin Blog, K–12 Education Policy and Practice Comments Off on Kudos to a Visionary Educator: Recognizing Dr. John Williams Upon His Retirement as Long-term Superintendent
    Kudos to a Visionary Educator: Recognizing Dr. John Williams Upon His Retirement as Long-term Superintendent

    In this Education Policy and Practice blog, I am pleased to celebrate another highly successful and visionary leader who has announced retirement effective July 1, 2015. In my previous blog we recognized Marcia Au, library director at the Evansville-Vanderburgh Public Library (EVPL). This blog focuses on Dr. John Williams, interim superintendent at Sunman-Dearborn Community School […]

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    Kudos to a Visionary Librarian: Recognizing Marcia Au Upon Her Retirement From EVPL

    29 June, 2015 Terry Spradlin Blog, K–12 Education Policy and Practice Comments Off on Kudos to a Visionary Librarian: Recognizing Marcia Au Upon Her Retirement From EVPL
    Kudos to a Visionary Librarian: Recognizing Marcia Au Upon Her Retirement From EVPL

    In my next two Education Policy and Practice blogs, I am pleased to celebrate two highly successful and visionary leaders who have announced their retirements effective July 1, 2015. This blog will recognize Marcia Au, library director at the Evansville-Vanderburgh Public Library (EVPL). The next blog will focus on Dr. John Williams, interim superintendent at […]

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    Get Ready—We’re Headed to ISTE 2015!

    26 June, 2015 Monica Cougan Blog, Events, Video Collaboration Comments Off on Get Ready—We’re Headed to ISTE 2015!
    Get Ready—We’re Headed to ISTE 2015!

    We are headed to Philadelphia next week to participate in ISTE 2015! We’ll be joining educators, library media specialists, technology leaders, school leadership teams, and policy makers from around the globe to exchange ideas and survey new and exciting opportunities for instruction in the field of education technology. The ENA team will be presenting with […]

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    21st Century Learning at Its Best at Vance Middle School!

    25 June, 2015 Rachel Little #EdTech, Blog, Customer Success Story Comments Off on 21st Century Learning at Its Best at Vance Middle School!
    21st Century Learning at Its Best at Vance Middle School!

    How One Tennessee Middle School Is Effectively Leveraging Technology to Produce Successful Learning Outcomes in Its Classrooms Vance Middle School (Vance) is located in rural East Tennessee and is part of Bristol Tennessee City Schools. The school serves approximately 588 students in grades seven through eight. As a Title I school, Vance prides itself on […]

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    In Our Own Words—Prince George’s County Public Schools VoIP Implementation

    29 May, 2015 Rachel Little Blog, Customer Success Story, VoIP Comments Off on In Our Own Words—Prince George’s County Public Schools VoIP Implementation
    In Our Own Words—Prince George’s County Public Schools VoIP Implementation

    The Implementation of VoIP—Lessons Learned Maryland’s Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Supervisor of Telephone Services and Data Wiring Robin Evans shares how she and her team leveraged Prince George’s resources and relationships to successfully deploy 15,000 phones in one of the nation’s largest school districts. Overview PGCPS is one of the nation’s 25 largest […]

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    One-to-One Device and Early College Initiatives Empower Personalized Learning

    28 May, 2015 Terry Spradlin #EdChat, Blog, K–12 Education Policy and Practice Comments Off on One-to-One Device and Early College Initiatives Empower Personalized Learning
    One-to-One Device and Early College Initiatives Empower Personalized Learning

    Another school year is coming to an end and ’tis the season for high school graduation ceremonies and open houses. These events take on a special meaning for me this year as my daughter Abby graduates from Center Grove High School (located in Greenwood, Indiana – a suburb of Indianapolis) on May 30, 2015. Abby […]

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