The second season of MDM on the Road took us to schools and districts spanning from Hawaii to Italy and everywhere in between. Throughout the season, we learned a lot of great new things about MDM and its impact on teachers and students. We put these insights together to bring you the second installment of a follow-up series called Lessons Learned from the Road.
In this video, we take a look at how MDM is transforming Apple device deployment in classrooms. The technology specialists featured are from Harding Academy in Tennessee, Decatur Independent School District (ISD) in Texas and Collège Villa Maria in Canada.
“With the end of monolithic imaging, you have to have an MDM,” says Matt Powers, Information Systems Director at Harding Academy.
Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts in the comments!
The MDM on the Road series tells the stories of teachers and IT professionals that are transforming learning with iPads and our Mobile Device Management (MDM) designed for Education. This MDM on the Road episode was filmed on the iPhone Xs Max and iPad Pro and edited with Final Cut Pro.
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Matt Powers, Information Systems Director at Harding Academy: With the end of monolithic imaging, you have to have an MDM. Mosyle hits the sweet spot of a robust, effective but cost-effective solution.
Fredy Padovan, Chief Inspiration Officer of Mosyle: Season 2 of MDM on the Road took us to some incredible schools around the world transforming education with Apple devices. As we reflect back on our time spent on the road, certain themes developed and we wanted to share with you some of our lessons learned from the road. Today we look at the important role that Mosyle plays in transforming device deployments.
Matt Powers, Information Systems Director at Harding Academy: From our perspective, technology -- we want it to be transparent. That means it’s not an impediment, it does what the teachers and students want it to do without a lot of intervention and without a lot of troubleshooting. And Mosyle gives me the tools and also the teachers and students the tools to make that happen.
Donna McKee, Computer Technician at Decatur ISD: I cannot imagine dishing out 1100 laptops without Mosyle, or managing the 300 iMacs we have on campuses without it. The time’s not there.
Ryan Forster, Coordinator of Information and Communication Technologies at Collège Villa Maria: Mosyle is an important system to tie everything together for us, and it’s built around teachers, classes and students, so it makes sense here at this school.
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