Plugging into the Information Age has become a matter so rich with options and possibilities--most of which are changing so rapidly--that it's easy for even the most dedicated school technology champion to fall behind. Not to worry. A painless update is just moments away.
Familiar issues such as the preferred configuration of the Local Area Network (LAN) have given way to more complex considerations about basic connectivity.
Do your schools need a satellite-based system, infrared or radio-based wireless, fiber optic cable, or one of the several flavors being served up by a telecommunications company near you--from T1 to ISDN to