Aleratec Portable Device Management (PDM) Heads to the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference

ISTE logoBy Perry Solomon

Aleratec is proud to be a first-time exhibitor at the 2014 ISTE show being held in Atlanta at the end of this month. ISTE brings educators from around the world together to share ideas and find solutions to the challenges of the 21st century classroom, which is why we chose ISTE to debut our new line of Portable Device Management products for the education market.

Simple and Secure Tablet Deployment

The growth of ISTE over the last decade spells out an undeniable fact—education is experiencing a digital renaissance. Tablets and other portable devices are supplementing traditional teaching methods and materials, and like the carousel slide projector and chalky blackboard, printed text books may someday go the way of the dodo.

While the full benefits of using tablets or other electronic devices in classrooms are yet to be realized, it’s important to remember that tablets are merely teaching tools. The hard work is still being done by educators, and using tablets and other portable devices can create new stresses on educators and administrators trying to keep track of, charge and store these promising but expensive teaching tools.

Aleratec PDM products address many of the important challenges associated with managing tablets in the classroom. Our Charge and Guard Cabinet rapidly charges and syncs up to 16 tablets inside a highly secure, lockable all-metal enclosure, while the Charge and Sync Station 16 and Charge and Sync Station Mini 10 offer portable solutions for quick charging and syncing.

If you’re headed to ISTE, stop by Aleratec booth #3673 to see firsthand how these products will transform tablet deployment into a simple and secure process so educators can focus on more important tasks.

Aleratec PDM Family

 This blog was written and posted by Perry Solomon, President & CEO of Aleratec, Inc.

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