Archives for May 2016
CASE STUDY: Chuck Wickline
What do you do when you need new, up-to-date computers for 275 staff members and 1600 students and you have a limited budget? That’s the conundrum Chuck Wickline, Technology Director for Ohio-based Clark Shawnee Local Schools faced. Prior to turning to Compugen Education, Chuck had to juggle purchasing updated machines for the staff and student […]CONTINUE READING>
Avoid the Bottleneck
Order Early but Don’t Pay ’til July. July 1st is budget day for the majority of school districts across the country. As the date approaches, thousands of school districts are preparing to buy technology with the new funds in order to provide their students with updated computers for one:one initiatives, labs and classrooms when they […]CONTINUE READING>
Which i-Series Intel Core Processor is Right for your School?
Processor Comparison Cheat Sheet In the K-12 education world it’s vital that we find the best computers for our students and staff. But as all budgets are limited, educating ourselves about the specific qualities of different computers is important to match technology to the actual needs of our educators and students. One of the places […]CONTINUE READING>
SSD vs. HDD – What’s Best For You?
Have you considered upgrading to an SSD drive for your next desktop or laptop purchase? Here’s why you should consider it. Solid State Drives (or SSDs) have shown to consistently outperform hard disk drives (HDDs) in just about every category. They are faster, more durable, last longer, use less energy, run at lower temperatures and […]CONTINUE READING>
The Dilemma: Chromebook vs. Notebook
Carefully Consider Chromebooks In the education technology world, a lot of people talk about Chromebooks and there are plenty of misconceptions about them. While these inexpensive computers are useful for some things, they also leave some buyers disappointed due to functionality limitations or hardware and Internet accessibility problems. We’ve created a downloadable comparison sheet positioning Chromebooks against […]CONTINUE READING>