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Rowan-Salisbury School System uses WLAN to Expand Learning Opportunities Beyond the Classroom


The Rowan-Salisbury School System faced the growing pains that come for school districts that embrace high-tech trends. Officials needed to accommodate an influx of Apple iPads, iPod Touches, laptops, and other popular Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices on their network. Learn how the Rowan-Salisbury School System deployed a Wireless LAN that allowed students to use the same device in the classroom as they use at home—providing an enriched learning experience for students.

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