Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

REVLY for education: New Orleans Company has CIPA compliant Email Offering

REVLY for schools
REVLY for schools
courtesy of REVLY

Fifteen years ago it might have been hard to make the case that every student over age 13 needed a school-based email address.

But times have changed.

Reading, writing, discussing, and managing email are now fundamental workplace skills. Students who are able to master the art of writing a memo by email will be better prepared. Email is very useful for homework, group projects, and research.

But in order to use email, schools need systems to make email manageable and safe.

Thats why REVLY, a technology company in New Orleans, is now offering schools and libraries the opportunity to obtain high functioning, affordable email and collaboration service. REVLY provides schools with a integrated service for students and school staff members. REVLY email come with full-featured options for calendaring, contacts, free-busy schedules, and more. All of REVLY's email services work across Android, Windows, and iOS devices. End users and schools have the choice of using an incredible AJAX Webmail, Outlook, Thunderbird, or Mac mail.

In order to best serve schools, REVLY is offering administrators a set of tools to increase productivity and manage child safety concerns. REVLY's CIPA compliant email for students is configured with strong spam and virus blockers, configurable keyword filters, email alerts for administrators, and the ability to pause a student's email if abuse is suspected. In addition, REVLY doesn't mine any of its hosted email for personal data or advertising purposes.

Some schools may also wish to take advantage of add-on features for instant messaging, file transfers, and screen sharing. And REVLY offers top notch technical support.

Most of REVLY's email related services are eligible for E-Rate. For more information call 504-656-6001 or email with your questions. REVLY's solutions are priced affordably. With REVLY, schools and libraries have the opportunity to get top notch communication systems without breaking the bank.

Report this ad