Case Study: Faronics Insight and Bangor Township Schools

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The teachers at Bangor Township Schools in Michigan (US) wanted a way to monitor students’ computer screens to make sure computers were being used for classroom projects and not games or messaging. Insight, Faronics’ classroom management solution, allows teachers to monitor every screen and to send warnings to students who visit inappropriate web sites. Read about the other benefits these teachers gained with Insight.

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Case Study: IBM's Adoption of Sugar: A Lesson in Global Implementation

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