Getting the most out of as little as possible is a maxim school technology departments are fast learning to live with. Whether this translates to a smaller budget, in less time, or with fewer staff, school districts are forced to pursue greater reliability, power, and efficiency from their technology resources. Yet as these factors are often interdependent--operating within time constraints can push up costs, while attempting to reduce costs can cause deadlines to slip--the goal often remains elusive.

At Minooka Community High School District near Chicago, where 800-plus Apple Macintosh machines serve 1,500


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