5 Best Practices for App Distribution in Schools

| February 28, 2020

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Working alongside IT administrators in schools around the world, Mosyle has learned a number of best practices over the years. Here, they share some helpful tips for installing and managing applications on student and teacher devices.

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S4 NetQuest

S4 NetQuest was founded in 2000 in Columbus, Ohio. We first brought together a multi-disciplinary world-class team, including Ph.D. level instructional designers in order to provide innovative custom training solutions; online, classroom and blended.S4 NetQuest then developed the technology tools needed to leverage our staff expertise and enhance our ability to provide enhanced ROI to our clients. We continue to provide our award winning performance platform free of charge to clients to deliver training to their staff or who need an online platform to educate their customers or train partners. Our technical learning component library continues to grow year by year providing the basis for rapid cost effective custom elearning solution development.

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