ViewSonic Corp., a leader in interactive display technologies, introduces its Device Management solution, as well as its line of display products at the TCEA Convention and Expo, February 4-6, 2020 in Austin, TX. The ViewSonic Device Management solution, powered by 42Gears®, allows schools to easily manage their interactive displays. From ViewBoard® interactive displays and myViewBoard™ collaborative software to the ELITE line of competitive gaming monitors, ViewSonic solutions transform classrooms into immersive learning environments.
ViewSonic offers all-in-one bundles of the Device Management solution to deliver classroom collaboration with easy cloud management, and includes a ViewBoard display with a 42Gears subscription license. This solution allows IT teams to deploy a variety of displays across multiple classrooms. Features include: group configuration where multiple displays can be organized by room or site; instant messaging to broadcast alerts; user interface customization and a curated app store for internally approved apps, among others. Displays can be remotely managed and configured to a school’s specifications, optimize functionality and secure network information, making the management of classroom displays seamless and simple.
ViewSonic Display Solutions at TCEA 2020 include:
• ViewBoard® Interactive Flat Panel Displays
• myViewBoard Interactive Annotation Software
• 42Gears Device Management Software
• Gaming Monitors for esports
• ColorPro® VP3481 and the IFP2410 ViewBoard Mini that transforms podiums and lecterns into collaborative hubs for front-facing teaching
“ViewSonic developed the Device Management solution bundles to ensure schools’ and districts’ IT teams can effortlessly deploy their interactive displays and still be able to manage them in a simplified way,” said Blake Everhart, Training Manager at ViewSonic Americas. “We wanted to show a variety of solutions that can make classroom and campus transformation a straightforward process. As technologies change, ViewSonic wants to make sure that schools, teachers and students aren’t left behind.”