Tech Help, Auditing, and Policy Updates
CREC's Technology Services team currently manages more than 6,000 computers in more than 40 locations. Our team of professionals can assist on general tech support, but can also provide an audit of current policies, software, hardware, and even provide training and certification across a wide range of technology disciplines. Find out how your schools can minimize the total cost of ownership associated with purchasing and maintaining computer networks and hardware.
To assist districts in their use of PowerSchool, CREC has assembled a team of seasoned programming and support experts — including former teachers — who offer a wide variety of skills and experience. Whether you have urgent, short-term needs or longer-term support requirements, we can help.
Maximize your investment in technology by leveraging CREC's team of desktop and server experts. The Technology Services team currently manages more than 6,000 computers in more than 40 locations. Benefit from access to a team of local professionals with expertise in educational technology. Contract options include hourly, monthly, or full-time engagements.
Harnessing new technologies while maintaining a safe, positive school climate, both on and off campus, can be a challenge. CREC can provide an audit of current policies, from acceptable use of policies to cyberbullying, with recommendations for improvement and compliance. With experience operating schools, CREC can also help you translate policy into practice and procedure within the classroom.
The CREC IT Academy provides training and certification across a wide range of technology disciplines. As a Microsoft Partner, CREC can bolster your technology staff's skills through courses that lead to highly valued professional certifications, such as A+, MCSE, and Microsoft Office Specialist. CREC offers in-person and online learning in hundreds of subjects, and develops career-readiness programs that help ensure your students leave with job readiness skills and the credentials they need for future success.
The CREC audit process identifies ways in which schools can minimize the total cost of ownership associated with purchasing and maintaining computer networks and hardware. CREC technicians provide best-practice insights into improving the use of technology to support curriculum standards. The audit's data and analysis gauges readiness for online assessments, helps drive decisions made by school boards and district leaders, and helps schools secure technology grant funding.
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