Plug Into ENA and Edtech Through the ENA Blog, Facebook and Twitter!

Until recently, ENA reached out to you through our Get Connected newsletter (which are archived here). Today, we offer more convenient, timelier and powerful ways to get and stay connected with others who share your concerns and interests: the ENA blog and our presence on Facebook and Twitter! Through these social media channels, we continue to share customer success stories, ENA and industry news, and national and state education policy updates, only now you can get this content immediately and with the opportunity—and a standing invitation—to join a dialogue about them anytime you please! We encourage you to reach out to us over Facebook and Twitter anytime!

    HTTPS Websites and ENA WebSafe Prime

    27 January, 2015 Terry Guilyard Blog, Content Filtering, Technically Speaking Comments Off
    HTTPS Websites and ENA WebSafe Prime

    This blog was co-authored by ENA Manager of Product Management Terry Guilyard and ENA Manager of Systems Engineering David Mabry. You may have noticed that more and more websites are transitioning to HTTPS, which means that they are using the SSL protocol to encrypt the connection between the end user and the web server. Google, […]

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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – January 22

    22 January, 2015 Chris Willis Blog, E-rate, Webinar Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – January 22

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. January 22, 2015, Webinar: Download the slide deck here.

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    Race Against the Clock! Rogersville City School System

    09 January, 2015 Rachel Little Blog, Customer Success Story, Wi-Fi Comments Off
    Race Against the Clock! Rogersville City School System

    Rogersville City School System’s Technology Administrator Gary Hicks has been an ENA customer for several years and has always been impressed with ENA’s reliable service and support. However, even Gary was nervous when last minute budget delays pushed the district’s planned ENA Air installation back until the first of August—one week before the first day […]

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    Introducing Smartvue from ENA

    08 January, 2015 Stephen Klausner Blog, ENA Partner Program Comments Off
    Introducing Smartvue from ENA

    We’re very excited to announce the most recent addition to the suite of ENA Partner Program products, Smartvue! Smartvue is an award-winning, cloud-based video surveillance platform that allows school districts to increase their campus security in the most cost-effective manner. Smartvue delivers live feeds of your school from anywhere, and features motion detection, automated alerts, […]

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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – January 7

    07 January, 2015 Chris Willis Blog, E-rate, Webinar Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – January 7

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. January 7, 2015, Webinar: Download the slide deck here. This […]

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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 17

    17 December, 2014 Drew Clowser Blog, E-rate, Webinar Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 17

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. December 17, 2014, Webinar: Download the slide deck here. This […]

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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 16

    16 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, E-rate, Webinar Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 16

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. December 16, 2014, Webinar: Download the slide deck here. This […]

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    Indiana School District Uses Video Conferencing to Facilitate Student’s Learning

    16 December, 2014 Chris Willis #EdTech, Blog, Video Collaboration Comments Off
    Indiana School District Uses Video Conferencing to Facilitate Student’s Learning

    Most of the time when you’re in need of a solution, you’re faced with a dilemma—pick two: easy, convenient, inexpensive. But when one advanced elementary school student named Jaiveer Dutta in the Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township (Indiana) was in need of an equally advanced math class that went beyond what was offered in his […]

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    We Are ENA – Holly Stachler

    10 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    We Are ENA – Holly Stachler

      Holly Stachler Technology Integration Specialist, Yorktown Community Schools, IN Holly Stachler is a Yorktown native who’s excited to help classroom teachers infuse lessons with technology to enhance learning. She’s been a member of the Yorktown Community Schools staff for five years. 1. What’s your current position, and how long have you held it? I’m […]

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    We Are ENA – Kate Matthews

    05 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    We Are ENA – Kate Matthews

      Kate Matthews Lead District Instructional Technology Specialist, Fayette County Schools, GA Kate Matthews is an educator with a passion for education technology who is constantly on the lookout for opportunities to give her students and teachers the tools they need to succeed in the 21st century classroom. 1. What’s your current position, and how […]

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