Networking For Future (NFF), a Cisco Gold Partner, is pleased to host this unique opportunity for you to learn more about available stimulus and grant funding and hear from your regional government and education IT peers about the funding they’ve received, how they are spending the funds, and their future plans for the funding.
Networking For Future (NFF), a Cisco Gold Partner, is pleased to present this unique opportunity for you to hear Joey Muniz, Senior Cybersecurity Architect at Cisco Systems discuss the three simple security practices for working safely at home.
Employees just want to access the information they need to complete their work. You need visibility into your user’s data access and a solution that immediately allows you to lock compromised accounts.
Today, Information Technology (IT) teams at K-12 schools and higher education institutions are tasked with not only keeping the network secure, but also with protecting the physical safety of students, faculty, and staff. These serious responsibilities, paired with limited resources, create a challenge for education IT teams.
Two Simple Solutions to Stop Threats Before They Reach Your End Users – Cisco Umbrella and Cloudlock
Every day, education business leaders and IT teams are tired of being asked about the financial impact of a security breach or a ransomware attack on their institutions. Your faculty, staff, and students just want access to Internet sites and content they can trust.
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