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Lightspeed Systems Offers Free Web Filtering and Classroom Management During Coronavirus Closures

Free Extended Evaluations To Help Make Remote Learning Safer, More Effective

Austin, TX, March 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Leading education technology solutions provider Lightspeed Systems (“Lightspeed” or “the Company”), announced today that it will offer its market-leading classroom management and web filtering solutions free through the end of the school year to schools impacted by the Coronavirus.

As schools around the world face extended closures amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning plans are being introduced to limit the negative educational impact and loss of instructional time. Lightspeed Systems Relay platform makes remote learning safer and more effective by providing both web filtering, to prevent access to inappropriate content, and classroom mamagement, to keep remote learners on task during remote lessons.

“Lightspeed Systems’ mission over last 20 years hasn’t changed, and Coronavirus won’t change it either. We’re here to help schools and protect students – no matter where or how learning takes place,” shares Brian Thomas, President & CEO at Lightspeed Systems. “We’re furthering that mission and doing what we can to help schools through this difficult time by offering Relay Filter and Relay Classroom free to schools through the end of the school year.”

With Relay Filter, schools are able to send devices home with students and keep them filtered and protected off campus. As classes launch virtually, Relay Classroom will enable teachers to keep students on task, monitor student activity, and engage students in classroom lessons.

Both solutions are being offered as free, extended trials lasting through the end of the school year. Schools can deploy Relay quickly to be prepared for imminent closures, illnesses, remote learning, and other challenges the Coronavirus brings.

More information and a form to sign up are available here.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Recognized as Top Innovative Ed-Tech Solution Provider

Relay Platform Honored for Innovation Around Student Safety, Ed-Tech Analytics

Austin, TX, Feb. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Leading education technology solutions provider Lightspeed Systems (“Lightspeed” or “the Company”), was recognized this week as a Top Innovative Ed-Tech Solution Provider by Enterprisetechsuccess Magazine in its annual special edition focused on ed-tech.

With the Relay Platform, Lightspeed Systems is using innovative new technology, from AI and machine learning to its patent-pending Smart Agents, to make technology use in schools safer and to better protect students – blocking inappropriate content, monitoring activity across all sites and platforms, alerting school personnel of safety risks, and reporting on all usage. With Relay, schools are able to keep device use focused on education and stay ahead of the game when it comes to student safety and productivity.

While the Relay Platform is a complete solution for 1:1 programs that provides filtering, student protection, device management, classroom management, and reporting, two primary components of the platform drove the designation of top innovative ed-tech solution: Safety Check student monitoring platform and Analytics app reporting.

As schools move to 1:1 programs and mobile technology becomes ubiquitous in classrooms, student safety is a growing concern. A key feature included with the Relay Filter, Safety Check uses advanced AI to monitor student activity and alert school personnel in real time of students at risk of violence to themselves or others, including suicide, self-harm, cyberbullying, and other forms of violence. This proactive approach helps schools keep students safe even as suicide rates among young people and incidents of school violence are on the rise.

With the increase in technology use and ed-tech spending, schools need data – about how devices and ed-tech resources are being utilized as well as how those various tools stack up against a growing body of regulations around student data privacy and security. Relay Analytics gives schools that powerful reporting platform with ROI, adoption, engagement, and privacy compliance reports for all apps, applications, web sites, and online tools in use – including unknown, or “rogue,” apps.

“We’re leading the way both in the number of students we protect and how long we’ve been partnering with schools to keep their technology use safe. Through our 20 year history helping schools and protecting students, we’ve always been agile and innovative – adapting to the latest technology and delivering new solutions and smarter ways for schools to solve their challenges,” shares Brian Thomas, President & CEO of Lightspeed Systems. “Now more than ever, the top challenge is student safety. Safety Check is saving students’ lives, and we’re very proud of the impact that technology is having. It’s an honored to be recognized for that innovation.”

Serving as a leading media and technology publication, Enterprisetechsuccess Magazine creates a platform to connect business and technology to its anticipated audience. Lightspeed Systems was recognized in its annual ed-tech special edition focused on Top Innovative Ed-Tech Solution Providers.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.

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Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Kicks Off Series of Digital Safety Summits

Ed-Tech Leader Reinforces Commitment to Student Safety through Think-Tank Events with District CIOs

Austin, TX, Feb. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

Leading education technology solutions provider Lightspeed Systems (“Lightspeed” or “the Company”), kicks off this week a series of seven Digital Safety Summits, held in cities across the United States from now through May, 2020.

These Digital Safety Summits bring together technology leaders from top school districts for in-depth conversation around the challenges of – and solutions to – digital safety in today’s schools.

Lightspeed Systems is committed to protecting students and ensuring online learning is safe with its complete Relay platform. First, the Company’s Relay Filter blocks students from accessing inappropriate or dangerous content. Second, with the included Safety Check feature, advanced AI monitors activity across sites like online documents, search, and email and alerts administrators or counselors in real time when student activity indicates self-harm, cyberbullying, violence, and other concerning behaviors. Finally, comprehensive and actionable reports give administrators the data they need to ensure appropriate and safe use of school technology.

“Our customers are as dedicated to student safety as we are so we take every opportunity we can to meet with them and discuss these critical issues,” shares Brian Thomas, President & CEO of Lightspeed Systems. “Discussions at these events shape our roadmap and our solutions, ensuring that we remain at the forefront of student safety and are best helping schools solve the challenges they face as they implement 1:1 programs and digital learning initiatives.”

The 2020 Digital Safety Summits will be held in Chicago, IL; Tampa, FL; Portland, OR; Philadelphia, PA; Los Angeles, CA; New York City, NY; and Dallas, TX.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Achieves AWS Education Competency Status

Austin, TX, Feb. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

Lightspeed Systems, provider of the Relay platform for K-12 schools, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Education Competency status. This designation recognizes that Lightspeed Systems has demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success providing solutions that support mission-critical workloads of its K-12 primary and secondary customers. To receive the designation, APN Partners possess deep industry expertise and solutions aligning with AWS architectural best practices.

“Our partnership with AWS allows schools around the world to securely and seamlessly leverage our Relay SAAS platform. Lightspeed Systems is proud to achieve AWS Education Competency status,” said Mike Durando, VP of Strategic Alliances, Lightspeed Systems. “Our team is dedicated to helping our customers protect students and manage devices by leveraging the agility of AWS.”

The proliferation of mobile devices within schools has led school administrators to move many services, including content filtering, to cloud-based systems. Relay, with its patent-pending Smart Agents and cloud-based infrastructure, is able to ensure seamless student safety, filtering, and management even when devices are off the school network.

The Relay platform is a complete solution to filter, manage, monitor, protect, and analyze online activity in schools. An essential tool used by thousands of schools and millions of students around the world, Relay provides the scalability, security, and student data privacy that schools require by leveraging AWS.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Appoints Kirk Orgeldinger to Newly Created Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer Roles

Technology industry leader to help drive company’s continued growth and rapid scalability

Austin, TX, Jan. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

Leading education technology solutions provider Lightspeed Systems (“Lightspeed” or “the Company”), announced today that is has appointed Kirk Orgeldinger to the newly created positions of Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) and Chief Operating Officer (“COO”). The addition deepens Lightspeed’s leadership team and enables the Company’s continued growth and rapid scalability as the leading provider of web filtering and reporting products for the K-12 market.

Mr. Orgeldinger joins Lightspeed with decades of operational and financial experience, including optimizing the performance of high-growth companies in the technology sector. Most recently, he served as the CFO of Accruent, a global software company headquartered in Austin, TX, where he oversaw and directed the company’s corporate accounting, financial planning, reporting, legal, human resources, facilities, IT, and acquisition integration activities. Previously, he worked for Three Rivers Operating Company, Lockheed Martin and BAE Systems in a variety of financial, business systems, M&A and integration roles.

“As the market-leading filtering platform for U.S. schools, we are growing rapidly to provide services to protect even more students and to build upon our Relay platform,” said Brian Thomas, Chief Executive Officer of Lightspeed Systems. “To achieve our growth potential while maintaining the level of excellence our customers deserve from all areas of our business, we are committed to optimizing our organizational structures and processes. We’re excited to have Kirk join the team to lead these strategic growth and service initiatives, and we have already seen positive results from his expertise and insight. We look forward to deepening our relationships with customers and continuing to innovate and invest in technology to keep school devices and students safe, well managed and mobile.”

In his new dual roles at Lightspeed, Mr. Orgeldinger will be responsible for Lightspeed’s Support, Finance, and Operations teams, as well as managing the Company’s scalability and furthering its mission of providing powerful solutions to protect students around the globe. Mr. Orgeldinger brings expertise in software as a service (“SaaS”) platform businesses to lead key customer support initiatives, including redesigning Lightspeed’s Support department in order to speed time-to-resolution of customer issues and implementing new systems and processes to optimize the accuracy and speed across every technical support channel.

Lightspeed is positioned for accelerated growth in 2020 as it continues its mission and drives increased adoption of its Relay platform. Originally released in March 2017, Relay has grown from a Chrome filter to a complete multi-OS, multi-function platform for schools implementing and optimizing 1:1 technology programs. Along with improvements in the core platform’s capabilities and the introduction of its Analytics product, the number of devices protected by Relay more than doubled last year. The Company also recently received a strategic growth investment from funds advised by Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC, a leading private equity firm based in Chicago, to extend Lightspeed’s market leadership position and continue the successful execution of its strategy.

“Lightspeed has established itself in the education market as a leading SaaS provider with significant runway for continued growth and scalability,” said Mr. Orgeldinger. “This is an opportune time to join Lightspeed, and I am excited to lend my expertise to help my colleagues seize opportunities and facilitate safe learning environments for schools and students globally in today’s rapidly evolving and technologically advanced environment.”

Mr. Orgeldinger graduated with a degree in Business from Saint Anselm College and received an MBA from the Boston College Carroll School of Management.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Enhances Student Safety Features of its Relay Platform

New functionality of Relay’s Safety Check extends platform’s market leading position as most powerful student safety monitoring and alerting system

Austin, TX, Jan. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

At BETT Show 2020 this week, Lightspeed Systems (“Lightspeed” or “the Company”), a leading ed-tech solutions provider, announced key enhancements to Safety Check, which is a next generation feature of the Company’s Relay platform, furthering the Company’s mission to better protect K-12 students.

Originally released in August 2019, Safety Check uses advanced AI to identify students whose web activity, including web searches, email, content within online documents and other activities, indicates they are at risk of self-harm or other dangers. Concerning activity triggers a real-time alert to a school’s designated contacts so they can quickly intervene, all reported and captured within Relay for investigation, resolution and trend reporting. For schools increasingly concerned about student violence and self-harm, Lightspeed has expanded the Safety Check feature to also monitor for new categories of activity such as violence, cyberbullying and advanced attempts to bypass content filtering. In addition, Safety Check now provides support for multiple operating systems across Mac and Windows devices as well as Chromebooks.

“Since our founding, it has been our mission to enhance student safety and maximize the benefits of education technology,” shares Brian Thomas, President and CEO of Lightspeed Systems. “As the importance of protecting, managing and analyzing student health and safety increases, we are committed to continuously innovating and improving our sophisticated, K-12-specific solutions. With the updates we have made to further differentiate Safety Check and expand the capabilities of our offering across even more devices, we can help our customers enhance student safety and use technology to safeguard learning environments and protect and save lives.”

A survey of customers with early access to Safety Check revealed that more than 80% of included schools identified at-risk students through the feature. Today, schools using Relay with Safety Check continue to see benefits of the feature and have been able to identify concerns and intervene to proactively address issues.

Nicole Allien, Instructional Technologist at Caddo Parish Schools in [Shreveport, Louisiana], commented, “Safety Check has been an asset to our district. It has alerted us to issues we didn’t know our students had and has made a difference in those students’ lives.”

The Relay platform is a complete solution to filter, manage, monitor, protect, and analyze online activity in schools. Safety Check is included at no additional cost with the Relay Filter. For access to the latest Safety Check features, Relay customers can contact pm-Relay@lightspeedsystems.com.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com

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Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Relay Recognized with Award of Excellence by Tech & Learning Magazine

Austin, TX, Jan. 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

Lightspeed Systems has again been honored by top ed-tech publication, Tech & Learning magazine, its 2019 Awards of Excellence contest. Each year, Tech & Learning strives to highlight the best ed-tech solutions for schools. Lightspeed was recognized for its all-in-one platform, Relay, within the category: Best Use in a District.

A judge writes about the winner, “Relay by Lightspeed Systems is used to provide students with access to the resources they need without exposing them to inappropriate content,” and continues, “the fact that it’s CIPA compliant and cloud-based is excellent.”

Relay is a district-wide solution that gives schools all the tools they need to make digital learners safe and successful:

  • Protecting students from inappropriate content as well as self-harm, cyberbullying, and violence
  • Empowering teachers to keep students focused and engaged in the classroom
  • Ensuring the right apps, content, and device features are available to learners
  • Reporting on all use and activity to drive high ROI, adoption, and student data privacy

Relay is the only solution that provides all of these tools in an integrated cloud platform and works across all operating systems and devices.

Lightspeed Systems VP of Marketing, Amy Bennett, states, “it’s an honor to be recognized by a publication like Tech & Learning that focuses on education and helping schools solve their unique challenge – just like we do.”

About Lightspeed Systems
For over 20 years, Lightspeed Systems has built smart solutions to the challenges schools face when implementing technology. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed protects over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com.

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Relay’s Safety Check Helps Schools Identify At-Risk Students

New feature of leading web filter platform delivers life-saving alerts to 80% of users

Austin, TX, June 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

The Lightspeed Systems Relay web filtering solution includes a new feature, Safety Check, that delivers real-time alerts on student activity that is indicative of self-harm or other dangers. A recent survey of customers with early access to Safety Check reveals more than 80% have identified at-risk students through the feature. Early access users identified suicidal students as well as those suffering from abuse, depression, and other concerns.

Safety Check uses advanced AI to identify and alert upon students whose web activity indicates they are at risk of suicide, self-harm or other dangers. When such behavior is detected, an alert including details of the activity and a contextual screenshot are sent to the school’s designated contacts so they can quickly intervene. The feature complements the Relay Filter’s robust features and reports to protect students not just from inappropriate online content but also from risky offline behavior.

Safety Check provides a comprehensive student safety monitoring platform that surpasses other solutions in the breadth of its monitoring and technology. Safety Check:

  • Works across sites, including online mail, Google docs, social media, search, and more
  • Monitors all types of activity, from typed words to web visits
  • Provides dashboards, safety trends reports, and user reports as well as real-time alerts
  • Ensures student data privacy by sharing data only with designated school personnel
  • Allows schools to designate authorized recipients, from safety officers to counselors to principals, by group
  • Provides support for multiple operating systems
  • Is included at no cost with the Relay Filter or available as a standalone solution

Christina Gremillion, Supervisor of Instructional Technology at Caddo Parish Schools (LA), was part of the early access group and among the 80% who identified at-risk students with the feature. Of Safety Check she says, “I wouldn’t dare start a school year without it! It has literally saved lives in our district. We have discovered situations that students were going through with the use of this platform; and have been able to provide interventions to keep students safe, healthy, and happy.”

For schools increasingly concerned about violence and self-harm, Relay adds another critical layer to their safety and security programs. “Safety Check has been an integral part of our digital learning environment. It allows us to provide the assistance and interventions needed,” says Billy Ruhlen, IT Technician at Marysville Exempted Village School District (OH), another member of the early access group. Safety Check helps schools prevent tragedies: “Safety Check can help us shape tomorrow’s headlines by keeping children safe,” says Melinda Setchell, Director of Educational Technology at Saint Joseph Catholic School (GA).

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for young people aged 10-24; that’s a statistic Lightspeed Systems wants to help change. “Ensuring every student is safe and successful is the Lightspeed Systems mission. That’s what drives us,” shares Brian Thomas, President & CEO at Lightspeed Systems. “We’re excited to be able to bring this innovative new technology to schools to further that mission. We know Safety Check will help save lives.”

The Relay platform is a complete solution to filter, manage, monitor, protect, and analyze online activity in schools. Safety Check is included at no additional cost with the Relay Filter. It is currently available to select schools as an early access release and will be released to all Relay Filter customers in July 2019.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


Analytics Powered by Relay Enhanced with User-Based Reporting, Privacy Certifications to Deliver Most Actionable Data

Enhancements to the app analytics platform give schools more information to drive ROI and effectiveness of ed tech

Philadelphia, PA, June 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — At the ISTE 2019 conference this week, Lightspeed Systems has announced key enhancements to Analytics Powered by Relay, a complete data analytics solution that helps schools make smarter ed-tech decisions to drive ROI, engagement, and data privacy.

The first key enhancement is user-based reporting. Analytics powered by Relay already provided data at the district, school, and group/class levels. It now provides all data on app usage and engagement at the individual user level as well. This enhancement lets administrators better understand usage and trends. “User-based reporting is critical for understanding who top users of specific apps are and how that’s changing,” shares Amy Bennett, VP of Marketing at Lightspeed Systems. “With this addition, Analytics Powered by Relay provides more, and more actionable, data than any other data solution.”

User-based reporting in Analytics is made simple by SIS or directory integration, automatically tying activity to individuals without any user involvement.

The second key enhancement is the addition of Data Privacy Certification information. Student data privacy is a top concern for schools, and Analytics powered by Relay helps schools maintain compliance with Privacy Reports that show ratings and details on individual apps’ data retention, security, privacy, and information usage policies. That data is now supplemented with an app’s certifications with organizations like Common Sense, COPPA, Safe Harbor, and Privacy Shield. “Student data privacy has been a challenge for schools and we’re making that easier by bringing together all the information administrators need in a single spot,” shares Bennett. “But in addition to just reporting that data, one of the benefits of Analytics being a part of the Relay platform is that schools can take action on rogue apps right from the same platform — blocking apps that violate policies.”

Analytics Powered by Relay provides comprehensive data on every app or application used across every device, regardless of operating system and without complex set-up or end-user interaction. With the solution, schools can easily understand how ed-tech resources are being used in order to maximize ROI, minimize unused licenses, ensure data privacy compliance, plan professional development, and drive engagement and adoption.

To learn more about how Analytics powered by Relay can drive higher ROI and smarter decisions in your schools, visit Lightspeed Systems at ISTE 2019 booth #1432 or request a personalized demo.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com

Katie McCarthy
Lightspeed Systems
3103670673
kmccarthy@lightspeedsystems.com


Lightspeed Systems Releases Relay Rocket, Agent-Less Filtering for BYOD

Leading web filtering platform enhanced with Relay Rocket for guest, BYOD, and peripheral devices

Austin, TX, July 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today Lightspeed Systems released Relay Rocket, an addition to its Relay web filtering solution that delivers end-to-end protection for every device and all network traffic.

The Relay Filter utilizes advanced Smart Agents that are installed on school devices to provide filtering, reporting, and hassle-free SSL decryption. The Relay Rocket supplements that with agent-less filtering for all other traffic and devices, including BYOD, guest, Internet of Things (IoT), and older devices.

The Relay Rocket offers powerful features to ensure CIPA compliance, safety, and easy management:

  • Multiple levels of filtering (such as different policies for different schools or grades or groups)
  • User authentication to tie personal devices with school policies for holistic reporting and streamlined policy management
  • RADIUS integration
  • Powerful reports on web activity
  • Seamless integration with Relay policies and reports

The Relay platform gives schools a complete solution for their 1:1 mobile computing programs with filtering, device management, classroom management, safety monitoring, and app analytics in a unified platform. The market-leading Filter component protects students and eases IT workloads with a comprehensive dynamic database, hassle-free SSL decryption, and anytime/anywhere filtering and reporting. Relay Rocket policies and reports integrate directly into the Relay platform, for a single solution and one cohesive management interface.

Schools using Relay can install Relay Rocket on their own servers or virtual machines, negating the cost and management of specialized hardware. Relay Rocket is available now. For more information, a quote, or a Relay Rocket license contact sales@lightspeedsystems.com.

About Lightspeed Systems
Lightspeed Systems partners with schools to make learning safe, mobile and easily managed. Partnered with 6,500 districts in the United States and 28,000 schools around the world, Lightspeed Systems offers integrated filtering, management, monitoring, and protection for schools through its groundbreaking platform, Relay. Headquartered in Austin, TX (with offices in Portland and the U.K.), Lightspeed serves over 15 million students in 35 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.lightspeedsystems.com

Amy Bennett
Lightspeed Systems
737.205.2453
abennett@lightspeedsystems.com


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