MMUUSD also purchased through AmplifiedIT. Very expensive....and we need the recording feature. Jean Burke [log in to unmask] MMUUSD Technology Support 802-434-1047 On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 4:37 PM Robert Gervais < [log in to unmask]> wrote: > We have not upgraded yet, but have submitted a PO to Amplified IT (Google > reseller). You can choose your reseller (ie CDWG), but I went with > Ampliifed IT because I want to also work with them on their product to > connect Powerschool with Google Classroom (Lil SIS) and other tools. I > thought it would be smart to build that relationship, as they'll be the > "implementation specialist" for Enterprise. > You need to purchase educator licenses (annually $24/each) and you get > student licenses on a 1:10 ratio. Educators includes paras and teachers, > but you can exclude non-educational staff such as custodial/bus drivers, > etc. > There is a 2 week+ lead time I was told. > Thus far the hardest part was making contact with a Google rep who could > give me this information. Feel free to contact me offlist if you want that > contact info (guessing it's applicable to all k-12 VT schools). > > Hope this helps somene! > > Robert Gervais > Director of Technology > Missisquoi Valley School District > [log in to unmask] > > "If you can't explain it simply, you don't know it well enough" Albert > Einstein > > Need tech support? > Put in a ticket here: support.mvsdschools.org > > > On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 3:48 PM Michael RobbGrieco < > [log in to unmask]> wrote: > >> Hi Everyone, >> >> Two questions and then I will describe where we're at with this: >> 1) Has anyone upgraded or tried to, to GSuite Enterprise for Education >> (and how did it go)? >> And >> 2) Does upgrading through a Google certified resellers seem safe enough? >> (More on this below) >> >> We are trying to upgrade to GSuite Enterprise for Education (GSEfE) ahead >> of the September 30th removal of various features (such as Meet recordings) >> and the impending added Meet features in GSEfE, and we have found that no >> one from Google responds to the form submission for upgrading. After 3 >> tries over the past weeks followed by unfulfilled autogenerated email >> responses to the form submission that said a representative would contact >> me in 1-4 business days, I posted in a Google Community Help forum about >> this issue after seeing other similar posts. A certified Google reseller >> (Tech GroupZ) from India contacted me by phone after seeing the forum post. >> The reseller told us that at this time Google is only doing upgrades to >> GSEfE through resellers (can anyone verify this?). They sent me their >> Google reseller certification and links to verify that status. I need to >> use "transfer tokens" generated in Google Admin to give the reseller access >> to implement the upgrade with each of our school domains (we are all >> separate in Windham Southwest). It all seems on the up and up, but I just >> wanted to ask those questions I mentioned at the top: 1) Has anyone else >> has done this process (and how did it go)? And 2) does upgrading through >> Google certified resellers seems safe enough? >> >> Thanks, >> >> Mike RobbGrieco >> >> Director of Curriculum & Technology Integration >> Windham Southwest Supervisory Union >> [log in to unmask] >> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Search <http://list.uvm.edu/archives/school-it.html> the SCHOOL-IT Archive > > Manage <http://list.uvm.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=SCHOOL-IT&A=1> your > Subscription to SCHOOL-IT > -- This e-mail may contain information protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). If this e-mail contains student information and you are not entitled to access such information under FERPA, please notify the sender. Federal regulations require that you destroy this e-mail without reviewing it and you may not forward it to anyone.