Single Sign-On (SSO) and File Access
With the implementation of BYOD, Brevard Public Schools (BPS) faced challenges managing the increased use of varying devices, platforms, and curriculum resources. Teachers spent too much time logging students into online curricula, assessments, and e-textbooks. The district recognized the need to consistently deliver access to applications and files on any device.
BPS evaluated several single sign-on (SSO) providers. They chose ClassLink primarily due to the simplified management, end user experience, and easy access to existing network files.
Users now have SSO to all resources and files using ADFS/SAML.
Any Device, Anywhere Access
ClassLink is accessible on any device by staff and students at school and home.
Streamlined Reporting to Inform Decisions
With ClassLink reports, the district is now able to make informed decisions when renewing licenses. They also identify applications that may be used more effectively with additional professional development.
Brevard Public Schools (BPS) in Brevard County, Florida, is the 50th largest school district in the country. The District is comprised of approximately 70 schools; 72,000 students; 5,000 teachers; and 9,000 employees.
BPS implemented a BYOD initiative and needed a solution to deliver their digital resources and network files in Active Directory to their students and staff.
In 2013, ClassLink was extensively evaluated by BPS as single sign-on solution, delivering the district’s entire library of digital resources and files. ClassLink is accessible by staff and students at school and home, on any device.