The year 2020 is undoubtedly one of adaptation. In this time of uncertainty and relentless change, having a resilient IT infrastructure is more important than ever. Public organizations including K12, higher education and state and local governments are all grappling with how to ensure continuity of services to best serve student and residents alike. In this series, we focus on the unique challenges of public organizations and explore strategies to help enable a resilient and flexible IT infrastructure, ensuring continuity today and well into the future.

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Planning an education infrastructure for both in-person and at home learning

Key decisions: From bandwidth to devices to setting expectations
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Christopher Nerney is a freelance technology writer living in upstate New York. Chris began his writing career in newspapers before joining Network World in 1996. He went on to become executive editor of several IT management sites for internet.com, including Datamation and eSecurity Planet. Chris is a regular blogger at ITworld, where he has written about tech business and now writes about science/tech research. Chris also covers big data and analytics as a freelancer for Data Informed. When he’s not writing, editing or spending time with his wife and three children, Chris performs original music and covers in bars, coffeehouses and on the streets around Saratoga Springs, N.Y.