Broad changes have been taking place both inside and out of the classroom as new applications and devices are being used by teachers to instruct students in person and online. These new digital educational services include artificial intelligence technology, connected products and services, mobility, analytics and cloud solutions. It’s no surprise that according to The Journal, 95 percent of teachers are now using technology in the classroom. This rapid growth does not come without its costs. Overburdened IT staff and administrators must constantly keep up with the growing catalog of applications as well as the third-party privacy and regulatory data risks inherent in this migration toward the digital classroom.
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