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Learn how the City of Williamsburg, Virginia, is tackling the digital divide through providing WiFi connectivity to their communities of highest need.

Learn how a public safety company found success through partnering with Kajeet for their LTE radio solution offerings.

Beeline Group needed a more cost-effective and sustainable connectivity partner to power its worldwide workforce. Learn how the company partners with Kajeet, a managed IoT solution provider, to deliver best-in-breed connectivity to its Mobile Merchandisers.

Learn how Sano Health partners with Kajeet to enable healthcare providers to deliver safe, reliable, and effective telehealth services to their patients.

Founded in 2018 as "the new face of taxi," zTrip is revolutionizing the ride booking industry. Learn how zTrip partners with Kajeet to provide reliable multi-carrier connectivity for its drivers on the road.

Learn how Waynesboro Area School District is bridging the digital divide for K-12 students with community WiFi hotspots.

Like many school districts, Cañon City has been dealing with the challenge of keeping up with today’s rapidly advancing technological environment. To try to get ahead of this problem, Superintendent George Welsh spearheaded a tech visioning committee in 2017 to explore options for implementing a mobile 1:1 technology program.

Located in the central San Joaquin Valley of California, Merced Union High School District (MUHSD) is a diverse district serving approximately 10,000 students, 64 percent of whom qualify for free and reduced-cost lunch.

The Green Bay Area Public School District, like many across the country, is focused on how to successfully integrate technology into their teaching process. With 41 schools and more than 21,000 students, 60 percent of whom qualify for the free or reduced-cost lunch program, ensuring digital equity among the students both inside and outside of the classroom can be a challenge.

In a district where innovation is key and technology is incorporated into most aspects of learning, how do you equip students and families who have limited access to technology?

For those students who lack experience using technology, how will their test scores compare to their technology-fluent peers?

Technology was in a sorry state at Affton School District in 2012: The infrastructure was fragile, there was struggling wireless connectivity in the school, students were using antiquated computers, and instruction lacked effective use of technology tools.

The technology staff rose to the challenge.

Starting with the 2010-2011 school year, Chicago’s mobile learning initiative has been the largest centralized deployment of tablet computers to students and teachers in the United States. However, those tablets were not allowed to go home with the students; they were for in-school use only.