Preparing Schools for Distance Learning
During Covid shutdowns at schools, we* prepared teachers and students for distance learning. Working as a team, we set up 25,000+ devices to send home with students.
Throughout the entire summer, we worked hard to set up the devices and get any damaged ones in working order. We sanitized them and provided extras for them to have on hand in case there were any problems.
It came down to the wire, but on day one, we set up a device for each student in the district to take home.
Additionally, we set up wireless hotspots for kids who did not have reliable internet.
We also trained teachers and staff to support their students. It was one of the toughest feats we had to tackle preparing this school district for distance learning. And it was very successful.
Links to Learn More
Read more about cloud solutions: Interoffice Communication: Working Remotely a Challenge?
Watch some videos provided by Dell Technologies on Transforming K-12 Education for the Digital Era
Welcome Michael Cohoe
We are excited to welcome Michael Cohoe, our newest Utah Service Engineer. He grew up in Sugarhouse – Salt Lake City area and loves the outdoors. White water rafting has been his passion for the past 20 years. He also loves mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, and hiking. Education-wise, he graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. His work experience includes 12 years in the IT industry, specializing in IT for higher education as well as K-12. With a number of technical certifications already under his belt, he is currently working on Microsoft MCSA 70-740 for Windows Server.
*This post is a description of a project Michael worked on with his previous employer.