Qustodio Helps Schools Find the Missing Link Between Internet Use and Students’ Grades

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Schools may now be one step closer to finding out how students' grades are affected by their Internet use habits. Qustodio launches a professional version of its cutting-edge software, allowing educational organizations to supervise and protect students’ activities across connected devices.

Qustodio Professional

Qustodio Professional

Qustodio includes a raft of great features that can actively help schools to manage internet and device safety and productivity

Schools may now be one step closer to finding out how students' grades are affected by their internet use habits. Qustodio, the Barcelona-based start-up known for their Qustodio Parental Control product, today launched Qustodio Professional, a version of their software for educational organizations who want to supervise students’ activities on connected devices. The collected data gets reported back to the school who can then cross reference it with student performance.

In addition to reporting, Qustodio Professional does some other very important things for schools such as providing Internet content filtering and application controls. The tool also enforces time limits and can track down mobile devices. This is a key feature for schools that issue mobile devices such as tablets to students and need to limit their use to educational purposes, and find them when they go missing.

Qustodio is powered by a rich graphic user interface that allows users to manage devices and understand Internet and device use easily. This consumer-centric approach demonstrates Qustodio Professional’s evolution from a consumer product. It’s so simple and intuitive that it actually teaches you how to use it starting from installation, and unlike other classic enterprise solutions doesn’t require dedicated IT personnel to set it up or maintain the product.

Another important differentiation is that unlike other network limited solutions, Qustodio Professional is network agnostic and continues reporting, filtering, protecting seamlessly whether the device is on school premises and connected to the school network or at the student’s home or connected to other networks.

Compared with other solutions in the market, it offers all-in-one remote management and content filtering tools at a fraction of the price of purchasing either of these tools separately in the business marketplace and includes a raft of great features that can actively help schools to manage internet and device safety and productivity:

  • Manage any desktop or mobile device from an intuitive online dashboard
  • Fits all size organizations: from a few students to large universities
  • Works on Mac, Windows, Android, iOS, Kindle and Nook devices
  • Helps the organization understand how time is spent online, how it uses apps and devices, and where to spot productivity and safety issues
  • Creates a safe web environment with education compliant web content filtering
  • Ensures that only approved or relevant applications and apps are allowed
  • Keeps track of mobile device location
  • Protects devices and students and works whether in school or at home
  • Can be used to proactively teach safer, better, more productive device and internet use

Pricing and Availability:
Qustodio Professional starts with a 30-day free trial (no credit card required). After that, it’s priced starting at $1.99 device/month. Special discounts apply for educational organizations and larger volume plans. The product is available now from the Qustodio website: http://www.qustodio.com/schools.

Partner Opportunities:
The company is actively seeking to grow its partner/distributor/reseller network throughout the world. To find out more about their partner program, please visit http://www.qustodio.com/partners.

About Qustodio:
Qustodio, founded in 2012, develops online productivity and security solutions for consumers, educational institutions and businesses. The company is well-known for it’s flagship consumer product, Qustodio Parental Control, that helps hundreds of thousands of families worldwide ensure safe and responsible use of connected devices. Qustodio is headquartered in Barcelona, Spain and can be found online: http://www.Qustodio.com, via Twitter: @Qustodio and on Facebook: Qustodio.

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