Interested in learning how you can leverage the powerful collaboration and communication features of Google Apps and Chrome devices in your school? Join a live hangout with Google in Education and Dito to discover how these tools can be successfully deployed and used in primary, secondary and higher ed classrooms. Don't forget to bring your questions, you will have the opportunity to have them answered live!
Brian Burchanowski, Jay Lee, Jim McNelis, and Allen Soriano from Dito will discuss the elements of a successful Google Apps and Chrome device deployment strategy for education. Also to be discussed will be the benefits of choosing a Google Partner to guide your transition.
Join us tomorrow, Wed at 2pm EST here! If you can't make it, you will be able to watch the recording. Those that join the live session have an opportunity to ask questions. Our team will be answering common questions such as offline access and how involved a Google Apps and/or Chrome device deployment is. Be sure to stop by so you can get your own questions answered!
Google Apps, Chrome devices and Dito
- Dito delivers guaranteed deployment, support, and training strategies to educational institutions across the country for both Google Apps and Chrome devices.
- Collaboration - Google Apps and Chromebooks bring teachers and students together with real-time editing and sharing. Group projects can be completed quickly since changes are instantaneous and everyone is using the most current version of the document.
- Homework is Safe From the Dog - All files are safe and secure in the cloud allowing students to work on a project at home and then easily access it at school. Google Drive protects files from being lost or even worse, eaten!
- Hassles Not Included - IT administrators can manage Google Apps & Chrome devices through intuitive management consoles. Personnel can quickly add/remove users, control user access, and oversee fleets of devices with just a few clicks of the mouse.
For those that could not make it, please enjoy the recording of the live session. If you have specific questions feel free to leave them in the comments section below and we will follow up with you!
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