If you ask K12 school district leaders what keeps them up at night, there’s a good chance data security ranks high on their list. So how can school districts protect their data? Many districts find the answer is cloud computing—the on-demand delivery of compute power, database storage, applications and other IT resources through internet-based services.
Johnson Controls will address aging infrastructure as part of a $3 million project to provide updates to schools within Trenton Special School District in Tennessee. The updates include intelligent LED lighting fixtures, an energy management control system, a Pathways HVAC Technology Learning Center and a STEM-focused curriculum to create energy and operational savings.