High Point Regional Uses Cloud Services from Clifton Firm


High Point Regional High School in Sussex is using cloud technology after it found it couldn’t sustain the cost and administration of hardware, support and subscription purchases. The school has 1,100 students, faculty and administration. High Point has been facing a perfect storm of conditions: increased Internet usage, threats to security and shrinking budgets, school officials said. The school selected software from Bat Blue Networks in Clifton.

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