computer lab management

Posted on 2013-09-18
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Last Modified: 2013-11-15
We have a computer lab in a senior center. We are looking for management software that can control user sessions as well as limiting printouts to 20 per person per session. This would be managed from a central workstation. We have checked out EnvisionWare but are looking for a more affordable solution. We would like some recommendations of 2-3 other vendors. This environment is similar to management at a library's public-access computers.
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Anthony Garcia earned 2000 total points
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I think Impero is easy to use, but I am not sure how much it costs.

Hyena is one of the more affordable options out there.

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