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Kansas Public Schools - Protects 1:1 Program with Computrace

Published By: Absolute Software     Published Date: Feb 14, 2012
Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools looked to establish a 1:1 computing program that would provide 6,000 Apple computers to its students and teachers. Find out more in this case study!
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kansas, kansas city, education, public schools, computrace, 1:1, education, absolute, application integration, application performance management, best practices, it spending, business intelligence, configuration management, database security, virtualization, cloud computing, infrastructure, design and facilities
    
Absolute Software

White Paper: Tracking Traffic Signal Inventory Using RFID

Published By: BHC Rhodes     Published Date: Oct 06, 2011
Engineers at BHC RHODES in Overland Park, Kan., helped the city of Kansas City create and implement an effective system for tracking assets with RFID.
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traffic, inventory, engineering, rfid
    
BHC Rhodes

How a New and Improved Wireless Network Brought Fans Closer to Their Team and Each Other

Published By: CDW     Published Date: Jan 14, 2015
Learn how the Kansas City Chief’s new and improved wireless network brought fans closer to their team and each other and see how this will significantly improve the fan experience.
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enterprise, networking, architecture, customer, technology, wireless, telephony systems, collaboration, enterprise applications
    
CDW

CDW Helps the Arizona Cardinals Win With Wi-Fi

Published By: CDW     Published Date: Apr 22, 2015
Wi-Fi in major sports stadiums is still not the norm, but a growing number of teams are following the Cardinals playbook. Those leading the way in IT upgrades — the Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins and Kansas City Chiefs — are realizing great success.
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wifi, sports, stadium, uograde, it management, wireless
    
CDW

Kansas City Chiefs’ Wi-Fi Moves the Chains

Published By: CDW     Published Date: Apr 22, 2015
To get a handle on what was possible, and all that would be involved, Bob Stirton, director of information technology for the Kansas City Chiefs football organization, sent Network Engineer Scott Fletcher on a scouting mission to the 2012 Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Fletcher watched first-hand the inner workings of a recently installed Cisco Systems wireless network in full-on, gameday action.
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wifi, wireless, technology, network, it management
    
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