If You’re Looking To Have More Free Time and Less Headaches With 1:1 Implementation, Go Box Chrome Is The Answer
Ok here’s the situation, school let’s out in three days, you’ve got a two week vacation planned in Cancun but your Superintendent just approved the purchase of 25,000 Chromebooks for a 1:1 implementation next year. Oh did we mention the school’s IT budget is beyond maxed out?
You’ve got two choices, spend you’re entire summer provisioning Chromebooks until the wee hours of the morning, or Go Box Chrome. Really it’s that easy.
Go Box Chrome allows IT departments to rapidly provision up to 16 Chromebooks at a time per unit. It’s all done in a few simple steps, easy enough your principal’s could even do it.
With Go-Box Chrome you simply turn the device on. Then you log on to their web application and set up your specific provisioning. After a few little tweaks here and there and you’re sure you have the perfect setup for your teachers and students, you simply plug 16 Chromebooks into the Go-Box Chrome and you’re off to the races. In a matter of minutes each of your Chromebooks is provisioned exactly alike.
Go-Box Chrome makes it a breeze to enroll as many units as you need, all exactly the same. If you have a complex wifi network no worries Go-Box Chrome can configure any wireless network automatically, including proxy pages.
Go-Box Chrome is compatible with all of the latest and popular Chromebook models from; HP, Lenovo, Acer, ASUS, Dell, Samsung, Toshiba and even Hisense. It’s easy, fast and gives your fingers a much needed rest.
We got to talk with the team behind Go-Box Chrome at FETC 2018 in Orlando. Check out the video above and for more information head over to go-box.com. You can also find them at TCEA in Austin, February 5-9th, booth #2564
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