Netop, the worldwide leader in classroom management software, today announced updates to its bestselling classroom management software programs that expand support for today’s diverse classroom computing environments. With the release of version 8.2 of Vision and Vision Pro, Netop’s software now supports remote desktop services, online testing, the latest browsers and additional languages.
“When we visit classrooms around the country, we see increasingly diverse technology environments, with students and teachers using a wide range of platforms, devices and tools to support teaching and learning. That landscape is poised for even more change as schools implement the technology necessary to support the new Common Core Online assessments,” said
Version 8.2 of Vision and Vision Pro adds support for Remote Desktop Services (previously known as Terminal Services) to the broad list of platforms Vision supports, including student iPads, Chromebooks and Android devices. This update also provides improved control and support of the latest browser versions of Chrome and
To learn how these features enhance teacher-trusted Vision and Vision Pro classroom management software, watch this video. Classroom licenses of Vision for one teacher and unlimited students start at
Netop develops and sells market leading software solutions that enable swift, secure and seamless transfer of video, screens, sounds and data between two or more computers. The company has two business areas: Customer Service and Education.
Used by half of the Fortune 100, Netop’s customer service solutions, including secure remote access and live chat, help businesses provide better customer service, reduce support costs and meet security and compliance standards. In education, Netop is the world leader in classroom management software, helping teachers in 75 countries make teaching with technology easier and more effective.
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