Hello I’m Antony Rappai

I’m an experienced IT Manager and Administrator with an approachable, caring leadership style.I love solving problems and thinking outside the box, and I know when to take on projects versus when to delegate.I’ve developed a reputation as a trusted resource for administrators, teachers, and co-workers, particularly in tech integration projects. I also have experience working directly with students one-on-one as a JV Soccer Coach, one of my favorite aspects of the job.I’m ready to take on a new challenge, using my skills to lead an IT department at a small to mid-sized school on the international circuit. One of my key core values is my ability to balance firm leadership with supportive management. I also have a knack for making complex programs easy to implement. Under my direction, IT projects run smoothly and on schedule.

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Recent Posts

The cyber security plan every school needs

Not many schools in today’s world take cybersecurity seriously.Over the last couple of years, we faced some significant security breaches in our school, one instance where our school information system got hacked with the strut vulnerability, and another case was when we had a lot of email accounts hacked as a result of being phished. After … Continue reading The cyber security plan every school needs

Introducing Coding to Students & Teachers with Light Blue Bean

What Is IOT (Internet of Things)? We’re getting really, really good at making small computers. While phones are an obvious example of this (your phone is much more powerful than a full sized computer from even twenty years ago), there are a lot of other places where we’ve started to stick small computers. All of … Continue reading Introducing Coding to Students & Teachers with Light Blue Bean

Our Recent Network Overhaul.

Last year I convinced the School to go for a complete network overhaul keeping the long-term technological requirements of our school in mind. What were the upgrade requirements? Gigabit switches with ten-gigabit uplinks Core Cisco(Cat 6500) network switches had to be upgraded with the newer Supervisory module that supported 10 G fiber modules. Wireless access points with … Continue reading Our Recent Network Overhaul.

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