Leading technology magazine PC PRO has announced classroom management software solution NetSupport School as one of its 2014 Awards of Excellence Winners.
Judged by PC PRO’s panel of experts and a survey of the magazine’s readership, NetSupport School topped the poll for Education Product of the Year – confirming its place as one of the most relevant software solutions currently in use within today’s modern learning environments.
Coming as it does during NetSupport’s 25th anniversary celebrations, the award also recognises the continued strides the product is making to ensure it tracks current teaching demands, both as an aid to teaching and learning and in keeping pace with the expanding range of desktop and mobile platforms and devices now being adopted by schools.
Built to support teaching best practice, NetSupport School delivers instruction, assessment and collaboration tools alongside a wealth of PC monitoring, e-safety and control features to ensure the very best experience for students.
From PCs to Chromebooks to tablets, NetSupport School is also future proofed for any mix of classroom technology; uniquely offering a dedicated solution for all leading platforms and ideally positioned to support BYOD initiatives.
NetSupport School’s “whole school” approach is also a winner! School technicians and network managers have access to a dedicated set of tools to help support teachers, manage and maintain devices across the school and apply school-wide security and safety policies.
Award winners gathered in London ,and, commenting on NetSupport’s win, PC PRO’s editor-in-chief Tim Danton said: “NetSupport School wins courtesy of reader votes. We specifically asked those working in the education sector, and NetSupport proved popular for its ease of use and the way it can help the IT support team quickly solve developing problems.”
After receiving the trophy, NetSupport’s Managing Director Al Kingsley said: “To be recognised as the leading education product is a great reward for the efforts the NetSupport team puts into making NetSupport School a truly innovative teaching tool.”
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