Firstly, we have a lot of respect for Chromebook Getter. Chromebook Getter is a simple utility which updates Chromebook metadata in the Google Admin Console via a Google Sheet (spreadsheet). Schools come to us when Google Sheets or Excel spreadsheets have become too overwhelming to manage. VIZOR for Chromebooks is first and foremost an IT … Continue reading Chromebook Getter Alternative
We are excited to announce that the “Berri” release of VIZOR is now available. Our latest release brings over 75 new features and improvements specifically designed to aid IT Asset Management in Schools and Enterprises. For Schools – Streamline daily Chromebook administration with automated OU management, the ability to remotely disable lost or stolen Chromebooks … Continue reading VIZOR Berri Release is now available
Are you struggling to onboard hundreds or thousands of Chromebook devices? Chromebook Zero-Touch Enrollment may help. In this blog, we define Zero-Touch Enrollment (ZTE), how it works and why it is important for School Districts embarking on a 1:1 initiative. What is Zero-Touch Enrollment? Chrome OS Zero-Touch Enrollment is an alternative to manually enrolling Chrome … Continue reading What is Zero-Touch Enrollment for Chromebooks?
Google’s popular Chromebook devices are taking over the education sector. The devices are ideal for students for many reasons like durability, long-lasting battery and lightweight. The following points are 6 facts about Chromebooks. We also include how each feature plays an important role in the academic sector. Data is Always Backed Up “Chrome OS is … Continue reading 6 Facts About Chromebooks (Updated)
Google just announced the rebrand of G Suite for Education to Google Workspace for Education. This rebrand includes over 50 new features and over 40 new Chromebooks that will release in April 2021. More options mean K-12 schools have a better selection of options that is more catered to their needs. However, it also means … Continue reading Google Workspace for Education: Free vs Paid Editions
After working with many schools, we have picked up on a few practices that aren’t ideal when purchasing Chromebooks. We didn’t want to be so blunt but these are the top 5 mistakes schools make when they purchase Chromebooks! 1. Not Part of a School’s Plan There’s a misconception that purchasing devices will suddenly fix … Continue reading 4 Chromebooks Mistakes Schools Make
Partnerships in the education industry are always a good sign. Helping schools and students focus on education while vendors are streamlining processes in the background. PowerSchool is a known name in the industry for various products including their student information system. VIZOR for Chromebooks is an up-and-coming Chromebook management system. In mid-January, they announced their … Continue reading PowerSchool and VIZOR for Chromebooks Partnership
As schools order Chromebooks to include in their curriculums, it’s important that schools are ready to implement new technology workflows. This is ideal to get right BEFORE getting the Chromebooks. Why? It’s in every party’s best interest for a smooth transition and so the students can take advantage of the devices as soon as possible. … Continue reading 5 Technology Workflows Your School Needs
From our research, for a school of 1000 students, you will be repairing about 25 Chromebooks per week. This can be a cracked screen, fluid got in the device, the software isn’t working, the keys on the keyboard are sticky. Like any device, many things can happen, especially in the hands of students. Each repair … Continue reading Why Manage Chromebook Repairs
Google Admin Console is a great tool. You can configure your devices, add policies, deploy applications, and overall manage your Chromebooks on a basic level. If you didn’t know, it even has the option to remotely wipe the information on a device. If your student loses one, you can easily wipe it without needing the … Continue reading Education: Google Admin Console Limitations
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