Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009
Time: 2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT
Duration: One hour (15 mins for Q&A)
Learn how they improved their laptop and computer asset tracking, reduced losses and increased efficiencies.
Have you experienced a sharp increase in computer theft or loss? Maybe you’re concerned about compliance or other regulations. Or perhaps you are simply overwhelmed with the logistics of tracking and maintaining a large fleet of computers. You’re not alone.
Join us on October 27 to learn how one district overcame these challenges. And despite the fact that many businesses and districts have chosen do-it-yourself solutions to cut costs in the short term, hear why this large district choose to outsource some key operations to professional services – in order to cut costs in the long run.
Prince George’s County Public Schools is the 18th largest school system in the U.S., with 134,000 students and 16,000 full time employees, including 10,000 teachers. With one laptop for every teacher and a 5:1 student to computer ratio, Prince George’s has nearly 40,000 computers spread over 209 schools. Prior to 2004, asset management and software license counts were done by hand, and IT techs spent about 8 days a year distributing laptops to teaching staff.
Prince George County Public Schools
Director of Professional Services
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