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Silver Sponsor Google Will Offer K-12 Education Solutions at IT Hot Topics Conference

Cutting edge advancements in web search and advertising have made this website a top internet company and its brand one of the most recognized in the world. Google, a global technology leader focused on improving the ways people connect with information, will be a Silver Sponsor at this year’s IT Hot Topics Conference. Joining the Google team at IT Hot Topics Conference is one of the hottest items in K-12 education, the Chromebook.

Chrome LogoA Chromebook is a laptop that runs Chrome OS, a Linux operating system designed by Google, and is designed to be used while connected to the Internet. Students, teachers, and administrators use this fast, simple, and easy to manage solution to access web applications and classroom resources. Since applications, school work, and device settings are stored on the cloud, multiple students can use the same Chromebook and still have their own personalized experience when they sign in. With Chromebooks in the classroom, teachers spend more time teaching and less time managing the technology. For network administrators, Chromebooks have a centralized device management and a low total cost of ownership.

With Google’s Chromebook Management Console, network administrators can update policies or application settings for a large batch of Chromebooks, whatever the size, with a few clicks. The Management Console also enables network administrators to track assets by assigning devices to specific students and faculty members. Configuration and usage reports are also made readily available. And automatic updates also keep the operating system and apps fresh without backups, security patches, date migration or re-imaging.

Chromebooks models are manufactured by different companies such as Google, HP, Samsung, Acer, and Lenovo. Some of these models will be on display in the vendor expo area at IT Hot Topics Conference 2015. By having Google representatives onsite at the conference, solutions for the 21st century classroom will be readily available for attendees.

Want to know more about IT Hot Topics Conference? Visit www.hottopicsconference.com for more info and to register!

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