“School districts face difficult online security challenges and it is our job to provide proactive tools that ensure a safe and quality learning environment for students and educators,” said Mark Riley, chief technology officer of ContentKeeper.
TurboBridge reduces the number of appliances required for high-demand network architectures by up to 75 percent, resulting in lower implementation and management costs for school districts and state and regional education agencies. Through its high-speed processing capacity, TurboBridge manages high volumes of web traffic and user counts to assist with online learning and assessment testing.
“Technology is rapidly changing the landscape of K-12 learning environments, which in time also brings more potential threats to students, educators and school districts,” said Tony Lucich, Director of Technology Infrastructure Services for Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE). “TurboBridge allows schools to proactively prevent threats before they happen, while still enabling educator access to safely access all the online educational resources that enhance instruction and learning.”
Material from a press release was used in this report.