Just a friendly reminder that the “OpenDNS for Schools: Free and Efficient Web filtering for students” webinar is this Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 11 AM PST. It’s free to everyone who wants to attend, so be sure to invite friends and colleagues who aren’t using OpenDNS yet.

The event, hosted by Founder David Ulevitch, will answer all of your questions about OpenDNS in a K-12 school environment. Here’s the description:

K-12 schools make student security on the Internet a top priority. Learn how to use OpenDNS to enable free Web content filtering and security for students, achieve CIPA compliance, set up OpenDNS in minutes without the need for expensive hardware appliances, as well as how OpenDNS differs from competitive offerings.

We like our webinars short and sweet, so this one will be just 30 minutes in length. And no worries if you can’t tune in live – we’ll have a recorded version posted to the site after Wednesday.

Invite friends and register here. See you Wednesday!

UPDATE: Watch the recorded webinar here.

  • Any idea when the video will be posted?

  • Chris – It posted! See the link in the update above.


  • Dan

    Is the Powerpoint presentation available for download either as Powerpoint or as a PDF?

  • Nice post. Thank you for the info. Keep it up.

  • @Dan – I can send you the presentation. Just email me directly at allison at opendns dot com. Thanks!

  • Why this web site do not have other languages support?

  • BT

    Somehow the presentation video showed the slides but NOT the demo. That is the screen went blank after 09m:44s. Any idea why?