Some tools are too complex for schools to use. On top of that, many tools require an inordinate amount of time for the technology staff to set up. I remember imaging countless computers one at a time, copying apps to devices one at a time, and thinking that it was crazy. Tools should be easy to setup and easy to manage from both the administrator’s and user’s points of view.
Before you buy: Make sure to double and triple check that you are getting a tool that is easy to set up or you will, like I was, be frustrated by a tool that is not worth all of the effort.
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