Education and Non-Profit
Helping educators focus on their students
VNC® Connect is used by educational institutions and charities on activities that range from supporting internal IT systems to helping visual impaired students in the classroom.
What our customers have to say...
Kyrene School District
RealVNC® provides us with a fast and effective way to support our widespread staff and students. It’s not a big piece of software but it’s fast and really simple to use.
Damian Nichols, Assistant Director of Technology
St Anthony's School
With VNC® Connect installed on their tablets, visually impaired children can access the whiteboard from anywhere in the room. This allows them to engage with the lessons and we are a seeing a positive impact on their independence and confidence.
Malcolm Ferris, M.Ed. Learning Technologist
RealVNC® is helping us meet our goal of integrating visually impaired students with their peers in a mainstream classroom environment.
Arizona State University
RealVNC® remote access software is hugely beneficial in effectively troubleshooting IT problems around campus.
Stephen Ostrum, System Support Analyst
University of Miami
RealVNC® remote access software has decreased the amount of downtime when our onboard systems do not perform properly, allowing us to increase the amount of time sampling.
Marc Peters, Technical Support
University of York
We use VNC® Viewer Plus to connect to all of our Intel vPro machines around the University. We have experienced significant time savings from reducing the amount of desk-side visits.
Tom Borgia, IT Technician
VNC® Connect’s instant support capability allows our IT technicians to elevate permissions on colleagues’ computers without divulging their admin password – it’s a great feature for peace of mind and security.
John Loudon, International IT Infrastructure Specialist
Cardinal Newman Catholic School
It’s really important that our student is able to regain his independence without feeling different from his peers. VNC® Connect allows him to actively engage in the classroom and fulfill his academic potential
Michelle Chappell, Assistant Headteacher, SENCO