Tech & Learning selects ManagedMethods as a standout product supporting teaching and learning in 2021
BOULDER, Colo.—January 25, 2022—ManagedMethods today announced the company has been named a winner in the Secondary Education category of the Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence Best of 2021. This awards program recognizes the educational technology that exceptionally supported teachers and students last year.
“Teachers and students increasingly use the popular cloud apps offered by Google, Microsoft, and others to stay connected. Even as in-person learning makes its return in schools,” said Charlie Sander, Chief Executive Officer at ManagedMethods. “With more activity taking place online, we’re honored Tech & Learning has named ManagedMethods one of the best tools helping protect teachers and students in 2021.”
In K-12, school districts continue to see value in using Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, Zoom, Webex, and other cloud applications in the classroom. For IT teams, this creates challenges when access can come from anywhere, at any time. ManagedMethods gives IT teams more visibility and control of the activity taking place outside the classroom by providing a centralized command center for managing cybersecurity and student safety risks in Google Workspace and Microsoft 365.
The Best of 2021 contest focused on outstanding products that supported education this past year no matter the learning environment. Whether it be face-to-face, remote learning, or hybrid environments. Eligible products included hardware, software, curriculum, and more, all divided by grade levels to make it easier to find the solutions you need.
To learn more about ManagedMethods and the company’s award-winning cybersecurity, student safety and compliance platform, please visit the How It Works page.
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