Securly and Windows – The perfect match

Securly and Windows sittin’ in a tree, W-O-R-K-I-N-G.  Step aside Romeo and Juliet because modern schools have found their new favorite pair: Securly and Windows. And what’s the reason for this adoration and recognition? Maybe it’s the fact that they incorporate seamlessly, provide students with round-the-clock safety and, frankly, just work well together. That and … Continue reading Securly and Windows – The perfect match

[Video] EdTech Savvy February Edition: “Firewall Rules and Proper DNS Architecture”

https://youtu.be/0VldwHRFvwg EdTech Savvy is Securly’s monthly deep dive webinar series for IT leaders in schools.  Each month, host Will Patterson sits down with an industry expert for an open discussion on a technical topic that’s especially relevant to technology in education. For February’s session, Will was joined by Securly Solutions Architect Brandon Duckworth for an … Continue reading [Video] EdTech Savvy February Edition: “Firewall Rules and Proper DNS Architecture”

Parent partnership speaks your language with Securly Home

Parent partnership plays an essential role in a school’s mission to deliver a complete educational experience for every student, and promote school engagement in every household. For an increasing number of districts nationwide, language too often becomes a barrier for parents when it comes to engaging with their child’s learning. Making it difficult—or even downright … Continue reading Parent partnership speaks your language with Securly Home

Securly in 5: The Cares 2.0 stimulus for schools and edtech

For K-12 schools, 2020 ended with much more than a big exhale from a challenging semester. After months of waiting and watching for further fiscal support for student learning, public schools will receive billions to help respond to and recover from the pandemic.  In December 2020, Congress passed a package designed to boost the economy, … Continue reading Securly in 5: The Cares 2.0 stimulus for schools and edtech