Reporter Justine Brown in the Center for Digital Education writes about “4 Ways Schools Can Combat Digital Threats” and quotes John Boatman, director of School Safety Solutions for Haystax Technology. Center for Digital Education serves as a resource for the education market, researching K-12 and higher education technology trends and providing insight and information on technology issues to both education experts and industry leaders. Brown cites Boatman extensively and also quotes police chiefs in school districts that use Haystax technology – in Texas and Florida. Here’s a passage from the article: “Threats against schools are not new — what has changed is everyone has a device that allows them to send more threats and when you send out a threat it can go to a lot more people, making the impact far greater,” said John Boatman, director of School Safety Solutions for Haystax Technology. “Schools are losing ground when it comes to being able to manage these kinds of threats…if you can get weed out the credible threats from the non-credible threats, you save a lot of time, money and psychological trauma,” said Boatman. Click here to read the full article on the Center for Digital Education’s website
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