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Get your education on: Join AirWatch at ISTE 2014

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Next week, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), is bringing together more than 17,000 educators and tech innovators at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta. The reason: The 2014 ISTE conference and expo.

From June 28 through July 1, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from ed tech leaders, network with colleagues and participate in sessions which cover topics such as: BYOD in education, one-to-one strategies and implementation, mobile learning and best practices for educational technology policies. The conference’s exhibition floor will also feature many of education technology’s latest products and services.

You can find AirWatch on the expo floor at booth #1048, where you can view demonstrations of AirWatch’s education-specific solutions, speak to education product experts and take home resources that will help ensure your education deployment strikes a balance of security and enablement, satisfying the needs of IT, students and teachers alike.

The AirWatch blog team will be attending ISTE so stay tuned for onsite video coverage and event highlights. But before ISTE kicks off, check out some of our other education-related blog posts to find out how enterprise mobility plays a crucial role in today’s connected classrooms.

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Can’t make it to Atlanta for the conference? Stream sessions from home or work with ISTE live!

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Scott Solomon

Scott Solomon is an Atlanta native and University of Georgia graduate who has spent the past six years studying technology, though his passion for the subject has been lifelong.

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