District Administration announces NetSupport School winner of Readers Choice Top 100 Products

NetSupport School Wins District Administration's Readers Choise Top 100

Online PR News – 30-November-2010 – – On an annual basis, District Administration Magazine gives their readers an opportunity to share with other readers what products they find most useful and add to the success of their school districts. This year, readers selected a record quantity of nominations for the esteemed District Administration Top 100 Products Award program. Top 100 winners are well recognized as a leader in the K12 education market, which is a significant achievement.

For the 4th consecutive year, NetSupport School was chosen by readers of District Administration as one of the Top 100 Products, thus strengthening NetSupport Schools position as the market leading solution for classroom management.

Marcus Kingsley, CEO of NetSupport Inc, was elated at yet another win for NetSupport School. He commented, “It is gratifying for NetSupport School to be named one of the Top 100 products. We at NetSupport continue to adapt and expand the features of our product to keep up with the evolving needs of the education sector. By strengthening our strategic relationships with Microsoft Windows Multipoint Server, Wyse Technology, NComputing and Intel (Classmate PC Ecosystem Alliance) we are able to provide support for thin and zero client environments, a growing segment of the education market due to its cost saving benefits.

NetSupport School v10.5 offers effective centralized classroom management software; in other words one solution that monitors student activity, both visually and audibly, provides printer and application controls, presentation tools, whiteboard, device control, full wireless support and much more. Further enhancements include the introduction of its unique Technician console, allowing school and district support staff to discretely connect to and troubleshoot any PC without disrupting the class itself, ensuring equipment downtime is kept to an absolute minimum.