The San Diego Unified School District Educational Technology Center recently added high-speed data storage system allowing all schools in the district access to programs to enhance education in the classroom.
The new servers and towers will speed up data access for the district’s 176-school network. The Educational Technology Center is charged with providing technology training to school district staff and increasing the use of educational technology.
In addition to providing data access to schools, resource teachers and office personnel, the center is using the servers to install network applications and distribute software. The new equipment will store a variety of CD-based programs that can run over the network, eliminating the need for CD-ROM drives in each computer.