Samsung announces first commercial adoption of KNOX enterprise mobility management (EMM)

By : |May 19, 2014 0

TRINIDAD, WEST INDIES: Samsung Electronics announced an agreement to provide its comprehensive B2B educational products and solution packages to 20 pilot schools in Trinidad and Tobago.

Samsung will demonstrate its education solution package and KNOX solution at the Virtual Educa Carribean 2014 Symposium between May 19-20 in Trinidad and Tobago. Virtual Educa is a multilateral, groundbreaking initiative designed to explore new and emerging education models and innovative education systems.

The full education package includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) tablets supported by the Samsung KNOX EMM solution, along with the Samsung School solution and the Samsung Mobile Care program. In addition, other education-focused products, such as Samsung’s Note PC, Interactive White Board with Touch support, and Tablet Charging Rack, will be provided.



As part of the first phase, Samsung’s education solution package will be installed in six pilot school sites by the end of May, including Clarke Road Hindu primary school and Presentation College Chaguanas secondary school, and will be rolled out to the remaining 14 schools by the end of July 2014. Samsung’s education solution package will gradually be expanded across the entire school system in Trinidad and Tobago throughout the rest of the year.

The Samsung School solution includes features to help teachers manage their classrooms and increase student participation, such as screen monitoring to track students’ academic progress, provision of private tutoring programs according to each student’s comprehension level, and a lesson toolbar that allows teachers to effectively apply various, interesting educational applications through the Samsung School interactive lesson functionalities.

For students, the Samsung School solution allows them to participate in discussion and group projects in a collaborative manner, using tools such as separable canvas, group discussion, and group report. It also helps students retain focus with tools such as screen sharing to share lesson content on student devices, while quiz and poll helps teachers quickly assess how well students comprehend lessons and provides immediate feedback with a diverse range of engaging questions.

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