Did you know that the average school district devotes less than one-half percent of its total interior square footage to housing IT equipment? Yet the condition of these spaces is critical to your district's ability to transmit and use data via an intranet or the internet.
Even the terminology that district personnel use for these spaces can be confusing based on legacy telecomm terms from the 1970s that are still being used such as MDFs (Main Distribution Frames) and IDFs (Intermediate Distribution Frames).
Learn more about why Technology Rooms may be your district's most under-appreciated spaces in this informative PDF.
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.”
Established in 1996, we specialize in facility technology infrastructure as well as IP-based building systems such as Communications, Security, and Instructional (Classroom).