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Digital School’s DS Secure Upgrades its Single Source Software Platform with Active Directory for K-12 Network and Communication Applications

Wed, 01/18/2012 - 8:57am

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(Volo IL, January 18) -- DS Secure has upgraded its highly integrated multi-functional software with active directory for the content filter feature. With the new application, DS Secure can more effectively support the Network, Security and Communication needs of k-12 schools nationwide. In one platform, DS Secure offers more than 500 information technology solutions.

“In conversations with k-12 IT managers, DS Secure recognized that active directory was an important component of a school’s IT operations. It saves IT directors time and simplifies set-up so multiple users can use the system from any remote location,” said Chris Beyne, Business Development Director for Atom AMPD and product manager for DS Secure.

Beyne outlined some of DS Secure’s features, which can support a significant number of users with all of the modules on. Despite its multiple applications, DS Secure can be installed in 15 minutes or less. It also offers secure advanced router capabilities; secure firewall & anti-virus; wireless access point; SPAM filter; Internet communications controller; Multiple Internet provider capabilities for fail-over; VoIP – including voicemail, conference bridges and auto attendant; IP-IBX; and Intuitive user interface.

Roberto Alvarez Vela, a partner of AtomAMPD noted that the application provides a holistic approach to network communications in both the international and domestic markets. “We see a great opportunity for the nation’s schools. Teaming with Digital Schools, already proven in the education market, will offer true benefits to school districts.”

For more information, please contact Digital Schools at 888.939.7799 for the DS Secure Representative in your area or info@digital-schools.com.

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