Choosing school safety software: identify needs, research, consider user experience, and evaluate support.
“Tech debt” is a term used to describe the long-term cost of using shortcuts or temporary solutions in software development. It refers to the accumulated cost of the necessary maintenance and alterations that are required to keep a product functional and up-to-date with the changing needs of the user. Unfortunately, school security technology is not immune to the problems caused by tech debt. In fact, it is all too common in this field. In this blog post, we will discuss the ways in which tech debt can occur in school security tech and how schools can avoid it.
After a recent round of funding, school safety and security innovators, Drift Net Securities is able to expand on product development and grow the Drift Net team.