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How Clearpass can help with your school's personal device program (or BYOD)

Many of you are probably aware of Clearpass and it's extensive capabilities. You probably also know it has a great OnBoarding function that makes it really easy for students to securely connect their personal devices to the school Wi-Fi but its always very satisfying to see the benefits technology like this brings to the classroom from one of our customers who is using it every day.  Take a look at this case study to learn more.

 

Ascham School

 

 

 

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Re: How Clearpass can help with your school's personal device program (or BYOD)

Any examples of schools or businesses using this in New Zealand?

@samuelmcneill
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Re: How Clearpass can help with your school's personal device program (or BYOD)

Yes Clearpass has been deployed in a number of schools and busineess in New Zealand. I am not able to specifically make mention of the organisation names on this forum so I am hopeful that any of the New Zealand forum members can jump in.

 

Regards,

Mark

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Re: How Clearpass can help with your school's personal device program (or BYOD)

Hi Mark,

Perhaps you can get Andrew Holm / Rick Bracewell from HPE to be aware of these schools and business and pass them on to me.

The only school I’m being told about is Avondale College and they’ve not deployed Clear Pass yet ….

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