If we weren’t already there, we’re definitely in the information age now. How can we tell? It isn’t just adults who have incredible access to technology, and kids aren’t just playing video games and updating social media. Kids now have schools giving them electronic devices to use in their classrooms, and perhaps more importantly, to take home.
As your business moves into the vast expanse of social media, security becomes expressly important. Without the proper security in place, a hacker could easily find his way into your most intimate data streams from a number of origin points. As you grow your social media presence, here are some tips that will help you keep your small business social media empire secure.
American schools offer are more than books and pencils these days; teachers in K-12 classrooms are confident and excited about how today’s technology helps students learn. That’s according to Education Week’s special report; Technology Counts. The survey shows teachers who integrate technology resources into their lesson plans are finding them to be valuable educational tools.