The LAUSD Data Center, located at 333 S. Beaudry Ave., houses over 850 servers and other devices.
The IT division is building a newer and modern web system for LAUSD
Video conferencing allows teachers all over the world to teach L.A. students; no travel required!
We are developing a new and better online access system for parents and families
The IT division manages the largest K-12 computer network in the U.S.A.
There are discounts for LAUSD employees! See http://askitd.net/discounts
EZ Access provides a single stop to apply for a variety of IT accounts: ezaccess.lausd.net
You can follow the IT division on Twitter! Go to twitter.com/#!/ask_itd
IT is working hard to update the District's computing environment for Common Core Standards.
IT and Procurements work together to get the best prices on devices for schools and offices.
There are nearly 300,000 computers in the LAUSD; that's not even counting mobile phones and tablets!
The IT division supports over 220 software applications.
IT is more than just computers: it's PA systems, alarms, and telecommunications as well.
Microsoft products are available to schools and offices at a discount. See askitd.net/msela
LAUSD's network is similar in size to those that support entire countries!
We are modernizing finance and procurement software in LAUSD, some of which is over 20 years old!
The IT HelpDesk now offers more ways for you to get technical support
IT HelpDesk now features live chat and remote support to serve you more quickly and easily.
ISIS is becoming MiSiS...a modernized and user-friendly student information system.
MyData is constantly growing and changing for the better; go to mydata.lausd.net to see what's new.
ISIS is becoming MiSiS. Find out more at http://isis.lausd.net
IFS is going away forever July 2013. Learn more at lrpweb.lausd.net
It takes many components and devices working together to bring the Internet to schools and offices.