Scholastic and university institutions use virtualization, cybersecurity and digital trust technologies to extend their teaching methods, to provide new methods of communication, and to facilitate administrative tasks that previously were burdensome. Practically, this involves training programs or teaching resources that are accessible online, multimedia classes, or also applications to ensure administrative followup.
These new methods are disrupting the way to learn and force each player in the world of teaching (towns, general councils, universities, etc.) to rethink their IT resources and the management of computer tools in order for this to remain simple and consistent and provide perfect oversight of costs and ongoing teaching.
Easier availability of applications and simplified administration for educational institutions
Access to applications based on requests from teachers, students and administrative personnel
Extended use of computer equipment
Centralized administration of applications permits a considerable reduction of workstation maintenance time and costs
Easy access to open source and multimedia applications
Interoperability and easy integration with Digital Workplaces and key technologies in the world of education (SCRIBE, etc.)
Secure access for teachers, students, and service providers
A single solution to manage external access for any type of user (teacher, student, service provider)
Easily permits selective access to authorized resources for teachers, students, or service providers
Enables service providers to take action with complete autonomy thanks to access rule configuration
Provide access to resources with confidence thanks to IPdiva Safe, enabling identification of any abnormal or suspicious behavior in real time
Systancia has worked with us throughout our project and has enabled us to be able to rely on a computer system that has performed well. AppliDis Fusion enables our technical teams to be much more responsive and flexible. For their part, teachers can concentrate on their primary mission: teaching.