BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
Bring your own device (BYOD) – including bring your own technology (BYOT) and bring your own PC (BYOPC) – refers to the policy of permitting students (or employees) to bring personally-owned mobile technology to their school or workplace and to use those devices to access information and applications.
NetSupport School offers a unique proposition: a solution that is neither dependent on any central server nor on any online cloud-based delivery, and one that is infinitely scalable and offers a dedicated student application for all classroom platforms. NetSupport School also offers full support for Thin and Zero client, plus virtualised environments, so no matter how you intend to deliver your BYOD methodology, NetSupport School is certain to work.
NetSupport School has been deployed across the globe in configurations from individual schools to country-wide Ministry of Education projects.
The schematic below provides an overview of NetSupport School platform support:
|LAN, WAN or VLAN, Wired or Wireless|
|Thin Client support for Terminal server, Citrix, NComputing, MiniFrame, WYSE, Multipoint and Multiseat|
|Student desktops, laptops and mobile devices|