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.
OneNet has a new strategic communications intern in Jessica Todd. Jessica is a public relations major at the University of Oklahoma. She is a non-traditional student, who previously served in the United States Army.
What do your usual errands include? Dropping your kids off at school…returning a library book…visiting your local health clinic…renewing your vehicle tag? All of these have one thing in common—OneNet. You may use OneNet throughout your day and not know it. Learn how #YouUseOneNet in our executive director column.
“I wish more people knew about the culture. We work together, play on each others’ strengths and weaknesses, and look out for one another.” Learn more about Aaron in our #WeAreOneNet series.
“My favorite part of working here are our close-knit group of staff, the fact that our boss strives to continue and encourages our training opportunities, our vendors and the relationships you build with them, old and new. The staff is dedicated to Oklahoma’s success!” Learn more about Brandi in our #WeAreOneNet series.
“The engineering department routinely goes so far above and beyond that you would think we were providing IT services.” Learn more about Sean in our #WeAreOneNet series.
“OneNet helps bring internet to communities across Oklahoma, but especially rural communities. I wish people knew more about the impact that internet has on these rural communities the role that OneNet plays in making it happen.” Learn more about Norma in our #WeAreOneNet series.
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.
For children in the digital age, their daily lives are immersed in technology. Technology has become an integral part of how we communicate, learn and enjoy our free time. While many digital tools seem to only have recreational value, leaders at the University of Oklahoma’s K20 Center are leveraging video game platforms to engage students in difficult education topics, and OneNet’s statewide network is bringing these resources to schools across the state.
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.