OneNet deployed an open-source software that helps 10 universities and colleges, including the Oklahoma State University A&M system, share health and security policies. The open-source software allows users to share documents and organize them on one platform, increasing policy collaboration across multiple institutions in the state of Oklahoma.
The Lawton Public School district has saved both time and money by implementing OneNet’s cloud storage solutions. By choosing OneNet for their data storage needs, they can trust their data is being stored securely and efficiently.
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As student enrollment increased, Piedmont Public Schools’ (PPS) network became increasingly strained and vulnerable to cyberthreats. PPS leveraged OneNet’s next-generation firewall services to optimize its bandwidth and ensure the integrity of their network.
In 2017, Seminole State College (SSC) began searching for a videoconferencing solution that would improve their distance learning programs and increase their outreach to area high schools. SSC partnered with OneNet to deploy a cloud-based videoconferencing solution to better connect students and teachers.
In 2017, The University of Tulsa (TU) began searching for a data center hosting option that would alleviate the technical and financial constraints they faced with its current on-premise solution. To ensure the availability of its network, TU partnered with OneNet to meet their needs.
In 2017, NWOSU partnered with OneNet to configure and install next-generation firewall services in order to minimize security threats on NWOSU campuses. OneNet’s firewall services allow NWOSU to effectively and efficiently monitor traffic without compromising educational and research agendas.
In a digital age where technical skills are integral to almost every task we complete, Enid Public Schools (EPS) is aiming to eliminate education gaps by investing in digital resources for all of their students. These investments are helping make EPS a model school district for Oklahoma and beyond.
OneNet’s network operations center teamed-up with Langston University on a campus-wide network upgrade, saving the university money and improving network performance.
One of the greatest technological challenges Oklahoma’s schools face is limited access to the bandwidth necessary to support today’s digital learning initiatives. OneNet is dedicated to leveling the playing field for students and teachers in rural areas and is continually seeking ways to make high-speed connections possible.