Glendale Technology Department

Glendale School District's technology has been rapidly growing over the past eight years. With the direction of our new superintendent, Edward G. DiSabato, as well as Eric Frank, and In-Shore Technologies, the school has acquired new changes such as:

  • Novell to Microsoft Migration
  • Visualizers and Projectors in every classroom
  • A SmartBoard in every classroom
  • New teacher notebooks
  • New curriculum-based software
  • Wireless network upgrade
  • 18 notebook carts with 450 notebooks
  • Groupwise to Exchange migration
  • New AutoCAD software
  • AS400 to Prosoft Migration
  • Four computer labs with 25 machines per lab
  • And many more!

The current network consists of 15 servers, all connected to a KVM for management. On the network side, each server runs to a Cisco switch that pushes a full 10 gigabit backbone to and from each device on the network. On the security side, we put a new Cisco ASA in place to help control incoming traffic, and a Barracuda proxy blocks malicious websites and outgoing requests that are not permitted. The school district is also fitted with key fob-controlled entry on the door systems, and a range of 64 cameras that cover the school ground which records 24/7.


Technology Staff

Eric Frank
Director of Technology
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