Customer Spotlight: Alameda County Office of Education Receives A+ For Online Safety

Amy Pang

Supporting over 250,000 students across 18 school districts, the Alameda County Office of Education sees technology and online learning as a powerful educational tool for its students.

Whether schools are using technology inside a classroom or allowing students to take their devices home with them, safe access to online materials provides educators more bandwidth and scalability when designing engaging classroom activities.

With Palo Alto Networks, the Alameda County Office of Education is able to provide affordable network security that schools can tailor to meet their individual requirements for ensuring safe online learning environments for students of all levels.

“The whole reason we’re doing this is to provide a safe, secure environment for the kids. We just want them to be able to go to school and learn without worrying about anything that could happen online,” says Ryan Choate, IT director.

Read the Alameda County Office of Education case study to learn how Palo Alto Networks enables safe learning environments.

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