Md. district upgrades technology for BYOD launch

03/31/2013 | Frederick News-Post (Md.), The

The Frederick County, Md., school system hopes eventually to install wireless Internet in all of its schools, allowing them to launch bring-your-own-device programs. For now, plans are under way to install wireless Internet at 18 schools, and officials say there is potential for six others to be added. The plan -- estimated to cost between $1.5 million and $2 million -- is expected to help the school system upgrade its technology at a lower cost than replacing aging computers.

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