During the past two years, the Red Clay Consolidated School District in Wilmington, Del., has developed a computer network the size of that in many Fortune 500 companies.

With more than 6,000 computers, 45 servers, 250 laptops, 2,000 printers, and 1,000 large-screen monitors distributed across 27 school buildings and approximately 16,000 students, the task initially was overwhelming.

But by managing the process in "smart" ways, explained Technology Director Patricia Tillotson, Red Clay completed the implementation early and $1.5 million under budget, without compromising quality. District technology employees say

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