For years IT managers have been worried about people bringing their own technology into the classroom – what kind of viruses are they bringing onto the network? How many hours will be lost from support tickets from technology that’s not even owned by the school?
But as time progresses so did the realization that the funding level for technology maintenance and growth in schools are insufficient.
With a Network Access Control (NAC) a school can now set policies and provides a security gateway for newly connected machines. The NAC can provide flexibility to select and use policy modules needed to satisfy the requirements of their security plan and enforce them across the network. Read More: http://borderlan.com/byod-for-schools/