In the past few decades, technology has shifted how we live, work, teach, learn, and interact with others. This mobile era has changed everyday things like banking and shopping to how we design and configure our learning spaces. So, it is no surprise that technology will be a key factor in how we get back to school or university post-sheltering in place. And while human behaviors (wearing masks, socially distancing, etc.) will be the most important short-term elements in minimizing a new surge in COVID-19 infections, technology will again be the great enabler of what’s possible for the new educational normal— supporting things like classroom density planning and instructional goals—all in a seamless and secure manner to keep students safe and faculty and staff connected.