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We all know that we have some remarkable examples of how students and teachers are leveraging the power of technology to empower and develop deep-sustained learning but how do we get these sparks of innovation to spread throughout our entire district to create and cultivate a new learning culture? This year’s TechFest is all about fanning the flame. We are coming together to be challenged, collaborate and share our visions and practices for moving forward in the digital learning frontier.

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Thursday, May 30 • 9:30am - 10:00am
There's a new iBoss in Town

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To address such issues associated with the “new web” and concerns related to BYOD for schools and mobile device management (MDM) for education, iboss SWG filter provides granular access by “punching holes” within sites and gaining only desired content, e.g., allowing Twitter.com/sallysclass but blocking twitter.com in general for students.

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Additionally, iboss’ advanced proprietary algorithms that are uniquely designed for schools and educational institutions now provide greater flexibility and new management options. For example, to control YouTube access, administrators can use the iboss SWG web filter to gain that desired access and customize the YouTube options while simultaneously and dynamically stripping unwanted content, including ads and unrelated videos.

Not all school Internet filters are created equal. The iboss SWG web filter is ideal for combating the ever-surfacing web-security challenges related to BYOD for schools, MDM for education, and school-supplied technology. It provides educational networks’ enterprise-grade solutions with exceptional protection through layer 7 inspection with DPI, signatures, and heuristics. The iboss SWG web filter secures networks across all 65,535 ports, including SSL.

Thursday May 30, 2013 9:30am - 10:00am
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