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Cloud and the K-12 Community12Cloud?What is the Cloud?
Software - SaaSPlatform - PaaS Infrastructure - IaaS
23I Hate the Cloud!Cloud offers less control
Perceived security/privacy gaps
I Like to Build Things
Cloud threatens headcount
Multi vendor expensive, hard to manage
3It is not all or nothingIt is not one size fits allImplementation should remain flexible and agile 4Intelligent Adoption of the Cloud
5Hybrid Solutions Drive InnovationInnovationMonitoring andMaintenanceDeploymentPre-SystemsDeploymentAdmin and maintenance activities 77%InnovationMonitoring andMaintenanceDeploymentPre-SystemsDeploymentAdmin and maintenance activities 50%56Cloud Services - ConsiderationsFootprintSecurityPerformancePhysicalLogicalPast IssuesIDSIPSNetworkHardwareOptimizationDatacenters - Where are They?Can You Decide?Datacenter TourWhere Should They Be?
67Cloud Services - ConsiderationsRecoveryComplianceSLAsSLAs to the School?UptimePowerNetworkPlatforms
What is Your Plan?RTO/RPOBCMission Critical DataHIPAASSAE SOC 2FERPA
FERPA =The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act 78Cloud Services - ConsiderationsPriceHigh AvailabilitySupportPrice WarHidden CostsBillingLess expensive as adoption increasesOnlineTicketsPhone SupportCostsLoad BalancingRedundancy In Place?Is it Critical?
89Cloud Infrastructure ServicesThe K-12 mandate is the education and preparation of students to contribute to the modern world, while conforming to a tight budget. Todays K-12 is driven by IT; through its ability to deliver curricula, experience, and administrative services.
910Privacy and Cloud Computing in K-12Fordham University StudyThe key findings from the analysis are:
95% of districts rely on cloud services for a diverse range of functions including datamining related to student performance, support for classroom activities, student guidance, data hosting, as well as special services such as cafeteria payments and transportation planning.
Cloud services are poorly understood, non-transparent, and weakly governed: only25% of districts inform parents of their use of cloud services, 20% of districts fail to havepolicies governing the use of online services, and a sizeable plurality of districts haverampant gaps in their contract documentation, including missing privacy policies.
Districts frequently surrender control of student information when using cloudservices: fewer than 25% of the agreements specify the purpose for disclosures ofstudent information, fewer than 7% of the contracts restrict the sale or marketing ofstudent information by vendors, and many agreements allow vendors to change the terms.11Student Information Privacy RecommendationsFordham University Study / December 2013
Contractual language on data breach and how breaches are dealt with by vendor
Vet vendors and users to ensure district policies are met
Establish a CSO for larger districts
Provide transparency on cloud usage
12Learning to Love the Cloud!Control what is important in your environment
Comply with Security/Privacy requirements
Enable users to excel
Architect before carpenter
Grow core competency
PaaS options can provide elegant, affordable solutions
12Mary EhrsamLead Government Account Manager608-796-5599 or email@example.com
Mike Sasada Lead Government Account Manager262-641-4131 or 414-526-0414 firstname.lastname@example.org
13More Information Needed?