Our thanks to Harpursville and Ripley Central School Districts for allowing us to deliver Comprehensive Technology Reports and Plans in the Second Quarter of 2023. A Comprehensive Technology Reports and Plan from ML Professional Services—including Archi-Technology—includes three key components:
From Albion to Whitesboro, public school districts across upstate New York have trusted Archi-Technology, LLC for objective technology planning services including Technology Conditions Surveys, Telecom Room Master Plans, and 10-Year Comprehensive Technology Roadmaps.
Some of the largest districts in the State—and some of the smallest—have relied on us to optimize available funding and get everyone on the same planning page (literally).
View a PDF map and list of our NYS school district clients.
Archi-Technology has been providing Technology Conditions Surveys (TCS) services to upstate NY School Districts since 2015. We examine every district buildings to objectively assess current technology conditions, document recommended improvements, and estimate the rough cost of the improvements.
Systems surveyed include infrastructure (cables, pathways, and spaces), Communications (PA, Master Clock), Security, and Instructional (Classroom), as well as computing devices and related software and support.
See just how many square feet we've surveyed for 40+ districts with total recommended improvement estimated costs of more than $300,000,000. View infographic PDF.
School districts across upstate NY have been giving rave reviews to the new Anytown CSD Comprehensive Technology Report and Plan format includes a number of important improvements over the previous version:
> View a 50-page sample of the new Comprehensive Technology Report and Plan format in PDF format.
> Contact us to schedule a no-obligation onsite or remote meeting.
Despite all of the current hurdles to being a school district facility director, there’s a new generation of leaders that are stepping up and thriving; finding creative solutions to today’s problems and leading teams across their district’s buildings at a point in time when building maintenance is under a microscope in every community.
These facility professionals are what we call "Next Generation Facility Managers" (NGFMs) and this paper examines the traits, tools, and strategies that these leaders are using to push school facility management into the future.
Discover the skills it takes to be a facility leader for the future in this eBook from our sister company MasterLibrary Software. Get practical advice, tips and insights from their panel of experts.
Our COVID-19 NYS School District Technology Planning Kit helps NYS school district IT Directors and Managers take a multi-year look at how their districts’ technology infrastructure ad IP-connected systems are prepared for the added demands from meeting COVID-19 NYSED Guidance.
Organized around district goals (like our Comprehensive Technology Plan Roadmap), the COVID Technology Planning kit includes a DIY template, a completed district sample, and detailed instructions. View the Planning Kit webpage with instructions and downloadable PDF template.
From Instructional and Communications to Network Connectivity and Devices, virtually every technology system used in most NYS school district's are affected by NYSED's District Reopening Guidance. Every district needs to be taking a proactive look at their existing technology conditions and upgrades or additions needed to meet reopening requirements and recommendations. View a comprehensive list of NYS school district tech systems that are affected by the COBID-19 pandemic and what additional functionality needs (or may need) to be considered to keep your students, staff, and schools safe.
Has your school district (or other organization) ever installed a new IP-connected technology system after a significant investment in money, staff, and time only to experience operational issues with system devices or components after deployment?
Intermittent operating errors in newly installed security cameras, interactive whiteboards, Wireless Access Points (WAPs), and other devices that connect to your district’s physical network may have nothing to do with the devices themselves. Instead, the real culprit may well be the poor conditions of your current technology infrastructure including cables, pathways, and spaces.
View this interactive PDF to see if you can solve “The Case of Old Problems with New Technology.”
If you'll be attending this year's New York State Association of School Business Officials (NYSASBO) Conference and Expo in Saratoga Springs, please stop by Booth 97 to say hello.
As specialists in the technology systems that move data through buildings, Archi-Technology has been providing strategic, pro-active technology consulting services to educational clients for more than 20 years. Learn more by visiting our NYSASBO Conference web page.
Thanks for reading and we hope to see you at the Conference.
Established in 1996, we specialize in facility technology infrastructure as well as IP-based building systems such as Communications, Security, and Instructional (Classroom).