Like most school districts, Round Rock Independent School District is dedicated to providing its students with the latest internet technologies to advance the education process while maintaining the safest and most productive online environment. But achieving this balance is an ongoing challenge—and one that Round Rock ISD realized it could no longer accomplish with its existing IT resources.


As Ed Zaiontz, executive director of information services, explained: “With more than 40,000 students and 17,000 computers to oversee, we knew we needed an automated solution that would protect our school community from growing web-based threats, but not hinder the educational benefits of...

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