Part of our series on the TCC TxEIS Data Centers. It’s always important to have business continuity. You want your data to be accurate, of course. And what better way to ensure that than by having your school administrative software hosted in a state-of-the-art, secure, fully redundant data center? Never worry about losing your data. Let us know what kind of questions you have.
As we all get back into the swing of things after the holidays, we wanted y’all to know that we’re here for you. Our unrivaled customer support means that you don’t have to go it alone. Let us know if you need help with anything and follow us on our WordPress blog (CareerPortal | iTCCS | TxEIS), Facebook (CareerPortal | iTCCS | TxEIS), Twitter (CareerPortal | iTCCS | TxEIS) or Google+ (CareerPortal | iTCCS | TxEIS) for the latest news and updates. Want all of that in your inbox once a month? Sign up for our Monthly Social Media Roundup newsletter (on iTCCS and/or TxEIS Facebook or WordPress). Oh, right, and don’t forget the iTCCS and TxEIS newsletters. We want you to be well-informed. Call it teamwork.
Welcome back! We hope that you had a restful and relaxing holiday break. We know that you’re ready to get back into the swing of things. We are too!
We here at the Texas Computer Cooperative are glad to have y’all as part of the CareerPortal, iTCCS, TxEIS and txSuite family. And we hope that everyone has a relaxing and fun-filled holiday season. See y’all in 2017!
Happy Thanksgiving from the Texas Computer Cooperative. Don’t forget that we’re closed from November 23 – 25. Have a wonderful time with your family and friends!
With the TCC TxEIS Data Center hosting, you can have complete peace of mind with a state-of-the-art Data Center located at facilities at ESC-11 in White Settlement and ESC-20 in San Antonio. Both are SSAE-16 SOC2 Type-1 certified, and offer a fully redundant design with automated disaster recovery failover from each site to the other. Plus you get a comprehensive security solution with firewalls, security appliances, and switches. Want to know more? Contact us and check out our previous post about document attachment.
The Texas Computer Cooperative wants to thank all our veterans tomorrow and every day. We appreciate your service!
It’s coming! TxEIS User Conference is only a year away. Plenty of time to plan your trip to San Antonio for the first TxEIS User Conference meeting. We want to hear from you! TxEIS is building a brighter future for schools in Texas every day. Contact us with your questions.
As you may know, House Bill 2610, passed by the 84th Texas Legislature, made changes to Texas Education Code §25.081 requiring a minimum number of minutes of instruction (75,600) instead of days (180) per year. Not to worry, though, because TxEIS has the Attendance calendar looking good. You’ll have it in your hands in no time. Remember that with TxEIS, you’re always in compliance with federal and state mandates. Have a question about any of this? Let us know.
Once again the TxEIS Student Advisory Council (TSAC) meeting has concluded. Not only was it a knowledge sharing success, as usual, but it was a great chance for everyone to catch up. Communication is important to us here at the Texas Computer Cooperative so we value those open lines. And it means that you get the best support in Texas. TxEIS knows Texas.