Beig a gold sposor of the event, NComputing will be showcasing how its latest technology is helping even more African schools, colleges and universities widen access to e-learning and improve the quality of education and training.
Jochen Polster, VP EMEA at NComputing, will be speaking at the conference’s plenary session on Thursday, 29th May, and will explore how client virtualization solutions are an engine for education and development in Africa. He will be speaking alongside the Honourable William Nyombi Thembo, the Minister for State for Information and Communications Technology, Uganda.
At e-Learning Africa, NComputing will explore how a wide variety of African education institutions are using its vSpace desktop and application virtualization platform and thin client devices to transform how teachers and students use computers.
One of the key factors for the faster adoption of NComputing’s technology in the region is the simplicity and affordability of its thin client devices and its vSpace platform. While enabling full access to the latest e-learning software and resources, NComputing solutions offer greater robustness and reliability, lower power consumption and the ability to centralize school IT with no need for expensive technical support in classrooms.
e-Learning Africa is the largest conference for e-learning and ICT supported education and training professionals in the region. The event gathers training practitioners, education experts, vendors and researchers from more than 65 countries, including senior Government officials, policy decision makers and business representatives.