As school computer networks become larger and more complex, some pioneering districts are beginning to lease their entire information technology systems from a single provider.

Where schools once had to manage their own hardware, software, installation, and upkeep, a growing number now pay a monthly fee—much like a utility bill—for another organization to provide equipment and perform all these services.

Outsourcing their technology needs to a single vendor frees cash-strapped school


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