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Bowling Green Missouri School District and ZENworks Mobile Management

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March 19, 2013 11:11 am

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BowlingGreenAs Director of Technology for Bowling Green School District, Robert Guritz frequently walks a tightrope between technical needs and budget constraints. When the district wanted mobile tablets for a 1:1 computer initiative, he knew it would be a difficult balancing act. He started looking for a mobile device management solution that would meet his technical requirements-without going over budget.

He looked for a mobile device management solution that would be able to:

  • Control what students could access over the Internet
  • Manage the mobile apps they could use
  • Enforce school security policies
  • Automatically alert IT staff to problems or setting changes
  • Quickly deploy applications to students
  • Wipe or disable the mobile tablets
  • remotely
  • Support different mobile devices and platforms
  • Scale to manage thousands of devices

Enter Novell ZENworks Mobile Management

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