With consideration for our registrants’ safety based on official health recommendations at this time, the Illinois Learning Technology Purchase Program (ILTPP) has made the decision to go virtual for the 2020 ILTPP Showcase!
Please join us March 18 and 19 for this immersive, two-day event from the comfort of your own space, wherever that may be! Some shifts have been made in dates and times for the event, to accommodate workday schedules.
This year, we are excited to announce the continued support and presentation provided by Chris Elkendier with Technology Resource Advisors (TRA) during the first day of the event! Chris will be presenting his updated, 2020 Chromebook Device Overview.
Join in the second-day discussions and share insights around the popular topic of MDM while hearing directly from some of the top vendors and resellers.
11:00 am – 2:00 pm, March 19 – Mobile Device Management Presentations
11:00 – 11:40 // MDM: What Is It and Why You Need It
As school-owned devices and BYOD continue to grow, you have to be ready to give access to your terms. That means you have to give but limit what kids can access on their devices. Compromise a little and you and the district could be in hot water. It’s not just the kids that need some boundaries, it’s the teachers and staff too; no matter how they use their devices.
11:45 – 12:25 // Intune for Education
The improved Intune for Education is a cloud-based service that delivers easy setup and control of Windows 10 apps and devices in the classroom. Microsoft’s cloud technologies can be deployed alongside or integrate easily with your existing infrastructure. With Intune for Education, schools can set up a classroom of PCs with apps and settings in less than an hour and save up to 70 percent in costs versus alternative management consoles.
12:30 – 1:10 // Maximizing MDM for your School
Konica Minolta’s enterprise mobility management solutions enhance productivity, whether you’re sharing and collaborating on projects, extending business processes, optimizing and automating workflows or printing remotely.• The challenges schools face with BYOD/1:1 Programs + 5 steps to protecting your school technology systems• What does a good MDM deployment look like?• Is outsourcing the management of MDM viable?
1:15 – 1:55 // What Jamf Can Do for You; Small Schools – Large Districts
Whether you’re offering a 1:1 iPad initiative, shared-device model, or searching for an alternative to pen and paper, Jamf has you covered with two options:• Jamf School is ideal for teachers or instructional technologists managing devices from the classroom.• For IT directors, managers, or admins looking to procure advanced management and customizable product environment, Jamf Pro is a natural fit.