Tackling Tablet Management in Crowded Classrooms

by Perry Solomon


An optional wall bracket for Aleratec’s Charge and Guard Charge/Sync Secure 16 allows the cabinet to be mounted when when classroom floor or counter-top space is limited.

Creating an organized, practical classroom that is conducive to learning can be challenging for educators, particularly when space is limited. Walk into most K-12 classrooms and you’ll see that every inch of floor or counter space is used and has a purpose. With iPads, Chromebooks, and other electronic devices quickly becoming part of the teaching experience, however, educators are now faced with a new challenge—how to charge and sync the devices and where to store numerous tablets in rooms where real estate is at a premium.

When we designed the Charge and Guard Secure Charge/Sync Cabinet 16, the goal was to produce a secure cabinet that could hold as many devices as possible with the smallest footprint possible. The cabinet charges, syncs and securely stores up to 16 tablets yet is only 20 inches long, 17.7 inches wide and 16.5 inches high. For even more efficiency, users can order an optional wall mount kit to hang or reposition the cabinet on the wall, thus freeing up precious desk and floor space.

Portable Device Management products like the wall mount kit offer a space-saving solution for educators navigating their way in a new world of digital learning. Tablet deployment should not be a burden but rather a simple and efficient process, no matter how crowded the classroom. Look for more problem-solving products from Aleratec PDM as we continue to grow in this exciting new world.

To learn more about the Charge and Guard Secure Charge/Sync Cabinet 16 and other Aleratec Portable Device Management products that make tablet deployment faster and more efficient, click here.

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


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