Solutions used at schools & universities
UCLA, Los Angeles
Access to online publications and library information or to the students’ own (Web-based) email accounts or class schedules are only a few examples of how a research terminal can be used in a school and university environment.
SiteKiosk can safeguard the computer, restrict access to certain websites and authenticate the user via chip card or password.
Pupils and students often need to work on computers set up at their school or university and use applications installed on these computers. SiteKiosk permits access to previously specified applications without exposing the configuration of the machine to potential misuse by the user.
Users are prevented both from installing new programs and freely accessing the file system or undesirable programs.
Information must be accessible and made available to a large number of recipients in the swiftest way possible. Examples of such vital information are cafeteria menus, lecture schedules, and event information: if this information needs to be revised, the necessary changes can be uploaded from any local computer using a Web-based application.
University of Texas
Alveni utilized PROVISIO´s SiteKiosk software in two unique ways to run multimedia campaigns with digital signage functionality. Kiosk users can now access information on buildings throughout the campus, and the University is now equipped to remotely update and change information displayed on the kiosks.
Solution partner: Alveni, USA