COVID-19 has impacted almost 90% of the world’s education systems. So, it should come as no surprise that the industry is more reliant than ever on EdTech to deliver exceptional learning experiences. 
5 key questions for better chromebook management
Google’s Chromebook gives students a new way to learn. But it also creates the potential for new IT challenges. What do you need to know to make these devices work?
Technology holds the potential to engage and empower students, but only if supported by a fundamental shift in teaching strategy and an adequate IT support structure.
In 2020, we usher in an era no longer dominated by iPad or Chromebooks but instead driven by pedagogy. This era demands a unified approach to endpoint management.
The ability to track, recover, and remediate lost or stolen devices is critical to support pedagogy and ensure compliance.
See how IT admins can manage K-12 device environments and support learning outcomes across a mix of student, teacher, admin, and staff devices.
Increasingly large school districts with widely dispersed locations require unique solutions for their device management strategy.
K-12 schools are a growing target of cybersecurity breaches. Here are the biggest threats to educational institutions and how to counter those vulnerabilities.
As a new school year begins, implementing these endpoint management best practices for K-12 is more crucial than ever.
The cloud-based nature of Chromebooks creates unique challenges for IT admins to manage. Here are the best practices needed to empower more effective Chromebook deployments.
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