There is a great saying in education: You don’t know what you don’t know. A smart administrator recognizes this and always asks questions.

Sometimes, when you’ve been immersed in the day-to-day of running your educational institution, it’s important to recognize the need for an outside perspective. To answer questions like:

  • What can innovations in technology do for you?
  • What are the right technologies for your school?
  • Are there opportunities you are missing?
  • Are there potential savings you are not achieving?

Our consultants are experienced, their skills are deep and their exposure to different businesses offers a unique perspective on what fits where.

Too Much Success: When Growth Causes Technology Problems
A Managed IT Services Case Study from New York’s LaSalle Academy

Schools closing. Adjacent institutions merging—These are the headlines people are accustomed to seeing when it comes to Catholic schools. The opposite is happening at LaSalle Academy, the 259-year-old Christian Brothers school on New York’s Lower Eastside.

When the school’s success story ushered in an IT crisis, my company, tmg-emedia, was right in the middle of it. Here’s what happened, and the lessons everyone learned.