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Combined software and services help schools implement mobile learning

To help schools as they work to implement mobile learning, Lightspeed Systems has created an offering that combines software solutions with professional services.
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Lightspeed Systems announced the Lightspeed Systems Mobile Learning Essentials solution, which combines safety/filtering, mobile management, and a collaborative learning platform.

The addition of Device Configuration Services to the solution allows schools to more easily roll-out devices and ensure consistent and best-practice deployments. With the service, devices are delivered to schools already unpacked, asset tagged, engraved with the school name, and configured with the MDM, content filtering, learning platform, and other apps and policies the school chooses.

The Lightspeed Systems solution to help schools with mobile learning efforts includes:

Visit lightspeedsystems.com/mobile-learning-essentials/ for more information.

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