K-12 Districts are in the forefront of moving their data and operations to cloud applications like G Suite. Yet the clear collaboration benefits are balanced with a pressure to control the content being created and shared. School districts are responsible now more than ever for maintaining their student welfare both off- and on-line, overseeing objectionable content and language published, and managing the exposure of sensitive data such as student records, personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI) or other sensitive information.


CloudLock Benefits

CloudLock helps K-12 districts protect data in their cloud collaboration applications while enforcing regulatory, operational, and security compliance easily and effectively. School districts work with CloudLock to reduce data exposure risk, and increase staff and student productivity in the cloud.

Mattawan Consolidated School
New Visions for Public Schools
Oakland Unified School District
San José Unified School District

We're in the process of moving completely to the cloud, and CloudLock has been the cornerstone of our cloud strategy. We have the same requirements as the medical industry. We have to keep things private. Without CloudLock, our files and student information would be at risk of being available to the public. Now that the majority of K-12 districts have indeed gone with G Suite, they can quickly and efficiently get the security that they require with CloudLock.

John Krull, Information Technology Officer at Oakland Unified School District Watch the Video Testimonial

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