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FETC 2015—Orlando Florida

Posted by Kyle Yardley on January 29th, 2015
FETC Event 2015

The sun was shining and the weather was wonderful in Orlando for the Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC). Energy was high and attendees were excited to see the new technologies that promised to improve teaching and learning success.

I personally met with hundreds of IT leaders who were looking for innovative ways to enable teachers and students. It is safe to say that PrinterLogic was a hit. Being able to print to any printer you have access to on the network from any device was not only well received, but came as a relief to the non-technical people I spoke to.

Many of the schools and districts we talked to are implementing their 1:1 initiatives. One of the biggest road blocks they face is printing from iPads and Chromebooks. That is, until we told them their prayers had been answered.

Our web-based app gives them the ability to quickly and easily print from Chromebooks with or without the use of Google Cloud Print. And if you’re looking for added security and control of your print environment, our Release Printing Module enables Chromebooks (or any device for that matter) to be used to select and release stored print jobs. This method does not require any additional hardware to be placed at the printers.

Overall FETC was a great success. We are so thankful to the teachers and those who take on the challenge of managing education-related IT environments. It’s a great feeling knowing that we are able to help them solve many of their printing pains.

Kyle Yardley
Kyle Yardley
As Marketing Specialist for trade show and events at PrinterLogic, it's my job to share our Eliminate Print Server message with the people we meet directly. For more than two years, I have worked in the sales and marketing departments and have had the opportunity to directly solve one of the biggest IT pain points our customers face—managing their printer environment. I am excited about our product and am proud to work for such a great company.

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