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As the need for teachers and resources is rising, school districts need solutions that can benefit students, parents, and faculty alike. Technology provides a window into the digital world that students live in, enabling far-reaching communication and meeting students where they are at. RDS can help the school system maximize student outcomes, strengthen teamwork in the classroom, and facilitate improved communication between parents and teachers.

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Increasing IT Flexibility

When the IT department is responsible for maintaining the local infrastructure in the area, there are fewer IT resources available to achieve other critical goals. Owing to the high costs of leasing and powering servers, maintaining a local system also limits IT's budget for creative educational programs. With all this on the plate of IT, a step into the cloud can look like another burdensome mission.

Fortunately, we can tailor a Managed Cloud Services solution to the unique needs of your district, helping to make the transition easier for onboard IT workers. Our cloud technologies are extremely reliable and come with a low-cost, pay-as-you-go system to simplify scaling up to accommodate the new growth of your district. We also offer Data Center Services that help to lighten IT’s load and provide enhanced data security and technical support when and where you need it.

You may find you have enough IT resources available to get started on strategic learning initiatives immediately after lessening  IT's responsibility for local infrastructure management. With our IT Project Support and IT Planning and Consulting services, we can help at every level, from implementing one-to-one computing in every classroom to implementing more comprehensive learning management systems.

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RDS can help the school system maximize student outcomes, strengthen teamwork in the classroom, and facilitate improved communication between parents and teachers.

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