Now in its 32nd year, the Bett show is taking place this week between 25th and 28th January at London’s ExCeL.
Visitors from far and wide have descended on the show hall to see the vast range of technological innovations that are on offer for all sectors of education.
A big theme this year at the show is protecting and safeguarding students. With many dangers for young people existing on the internet, it’s more important than ever before for schools to do all they can to make sure students are shielded from risks while they are on site.
One of the solutions that is available to assist them is NetSupport DNA. This product has a huge range of features to safeguard students: from monitoring words they type; text they copy to their clipboard; any searches they undertake; as well as providing the means for the students themselves to seek out help from teachers in a quiet, discreet way.
Newly updated for Bett, this product now includes extra security features in the form of a secure vault for storing confidential user information – and remote control functions for easy and secure system administration.
Find out more here: http://www.netsupportdna.com/education/index.asp