Member Spotlight

Member/Partner Spotlight: Stephen Mirante of Filewave

Stephen Mirante is the VP of Sales and Strategic Relations for FileWave, one of CoSN’s Platinum Sponsors, where he oversees the national sales and sales engineering teams. FileWave develops multi-platform endpoint management software that provides IT Administrators with an all-inclusive suite designed to secure and manage devices, applications, and content from one easy-to-use console.

Emerging Technologies: The Houston ISD IMS Interoperability Processes

Beatriz Arnillas is the Director of IT - Education Technology at Houston ISD, a CoSN member district, and a member of CoSN's Emerging Technologies Committee. Lately we've been talking a lot about interoperability standards -- what are they? How do we shore them up in our school districts? Beatriz shared her top tips for optimizing interoperability. How do your district's processes compare?

10-Year Cheer—Texas School System Leaders Celebrate Decade of Harnessing Technology in Learning

Washington, DC (June 23, 2015) – Last week in Austin, the Texas K-12 CTO Council celebrated 10 years of serving and advancing the K-12 education technology community.

Founded as CoSN’s (the Consortium for School Networking’s) first state chapter – and now largest – the council celebrated the milestone during its 10th CTO Clinic, a nationwide event featuring in-depth discussions and workshops on today’s pressing technology challenges.

See Who's in the Spotlight at CoSN15!

The CoSN Annual Conference will be here in less than a week! Are you planning to join us in Atlanta when things kick off next Monday? Visit http://cosnconference.org/ for more information and to register. It's not too late!

We’re excited to welcome a number of exceptional speakers over the 3+ days of jam-packed programming. Be sure to keep a special eye out for our Spotlight Sessions -- 9 world-class speaker presentations on the plenary stage! Spotlight sessions include:

Great Profile of CoSN Member Klein ISD

K-12 Blueprint recently published a great profile of Klein ISD, a CoSN member in Harris County, Texas. Klein is one of our biggest member districts – it currently features nearly 50,000 students spread among 45 schools, and is still growing. Each of those students is benefiting from Klein’s pursuit of 1:1 learning; its high school students all use HP or Fujitso convertible tablets and learn in classrooms equipped with additional devices.

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