Technology in Roundup Public Schools 1999 2013 1999

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Technology in Roundup Public Schools 1999 -2013

Technology in Roundup Public Schools 1999 -2013

1999 Approximately 50 to 60 total computers and 30 printers in the District 20

1999 Approximately 50 to 60 total computers and 30 printers in the District 20 i. Mac Plus--High School library, 10 to 12 Apple machines-- High School 15 Apple machines --Elementary 2 PC’s--Business office 10 PC’s in Business classroom--HS

First Purchase with Grant

First Purchase with Grant

Equipment in Use March 1, 2004 Networking 48 Hubs and Switches, 3 Sonicwall 100

Equipment in Use March 1, 2004 Networking 48 Hubs and Switches, 3 Sonicwall 100 Pro Firewall, Server, Filters, 3 DSL Routers 8 Power Supplies, 8 Combiners, 7. 5 to 8 miles of network cable (CAT 5 cable, RJ 45 connecters) 3 complete Local Area Networks (LAN), 3 DSL connections Total Network Devices---73 Computers 65 i. Macs, 22 e. Macs, 22 G 3 Macs, 39 Older Macs, 113 PC Based Computers 14 Mac Laptops, 10 PC Laptops, 4 Mac Servers, 1 PC Server Total Computers in Service 1/1/04 -----290 Printers 27 Network Printers, 62 Individual Printers Total Printers in Use ------89

Computers and classroom equipment Central JR/SR High CC Colony Teacher i. Macs 24 25

Computers and classroom equipment Central JR/SR High CC Colony Teacher i. Macs 24 25 2 1 Teacher PC 0 14 5 19 Teacher PC Laptop 5 19 5 Student i. Macs 94 27 0 6 Student PC 14 93 0 Student PC Laptops 53 165 0 Projectors 21 27 2 Document Cameras 19 20 B&W Printer 11 18 2 1 Color Printer 9 10 2 Classroom items Total Computers— 547 Total other--130 Teacher Station/Classroom i. Mac, Doc Camera, Projector Total 52 24 127 107 218 48 39 32 21

Networking Colony Watchguard Firewall/VPN Central School 1 Junior/Senior High School Bytespeed Server Voice Mail

Networking Colony Watchguard Firewall/VPN Central School 1 Junior/Senior High School Bytespeed Server Voice Mail Server Bell System Server Watchguard Firewall Phone System Paging System Wireless Phone System Wired Phones Wireless Phones Cisco Wireless Access Points Cisco 1 gig POE Switches Trango Wireless Radio Connections ITV System 1 1 1 1 37 2 5 6 1 1 Bytespeed Server 2 Watchguard Server 1 Watchguard Firewall 1 Phone System 1 Wired Phones 5 Wireless Phones 0 Cisco Wireless Access Points 1 Cisco 1 gig POE Switches 3 Trango Wireless Radio Connections 2 Community Center Bytespeed Server Watchguard Firewall Phone System Paging system Wired Phones Wireless Phones Cisco Wireless Access Points Cisco 1 gig POE Switches Trango Wireless Radio Connections 1 1 1 34 1 6 6 3

60: 1 is standard ratio Users to Tech support ratio OS & Hardware Standards

60: 1 is standard ratio Users to Tech support ratio OS & Hardware Standards More than one OS and different hardware standards Drop to 45: 1 ( Windows XP, 7, Server 03 and 08, Mac OS X. 4, X. 5, X. 6) (Tablets, laptops, touch screens, Desktops) Complexity of Environment needs to be considered Wireless AP, Wireless Radios, POE 1 gig switches, Watchguard firewall Do users have Local Admin rights Restrict local admin rights +5 to 1 Power users have Admin Rights +5 to 1 can cause more issues How much Software Deployment is there (Constant changes in present software and additions? ) What are the Technology Trends in the environment ( more and more complex, 1 to 1, BYOD, fiber, VPN, redundancy ) Is Cloning used to setup machines +15 to 1

Coming Trends for Roundup Public Schools Fiber Connections to internet Redundancy between buildings over

Coming Trends for Roundup Public Schools Fiber Connections to internet Redundancy between buildings over Fiber and Wireless Online testing BYOD 1 to 1 Cloud based programs With air conditioner installed in Tech Room (back of 21) We can look at Blade servers and think about combining and changing server setup as needed.