Current Market Trends
The shift to online learning has exposed schools to threats that they weren’t equipped to deal with. However, the landscape is changing, and schools are now investing in security awareness and staff training, as well as prevention and detection systems to ensure security is a core part of their future strategies.
Among the ten groups of classroom orchestrator software applications that Futuresource examines and forecasts, there are five that ensure students are not exposed to potentially harmful content. These are mobile device management (MDM), web filtering, safeguarding software, single sign-on (SSO), and classroom management software.
Combined, these five product groups achieved global revenues of more than $1.1 billion in 2020, and they’re on track to grow to nearly $1.4 billion by 2026. Year-on-year growth of 9.8% is expected in 2022, with subsequent growth tailing off as the number of devices being used declines in response to refresh cycles. However, Futuresource expects growth to return to strength by the end of the forecast period.
The use of PC devices within classrooms has grown exponentially over the last two years, in response to the need to equip students with computing devices for home learning. As a result, schools have turned to classroom orchestration software, to review and revise how they manage devices, ensuring students are not exposed to content that may cause harm.
This report covers the current situation and market outlook for orchestrator software that facilitates web filtering, classroom management, student safeguarding, single sign-on, and mobile device management.
| Comprehensive PDF report
| Executive summary
| Classroom orchestration software drivers and barriers
| Classroom orchestration software market size and forecasts
| North America
| Asia Pacific and China
| Latin America
| Middle East and Africa
| Brand Analysis
| Classroom orchestration software - mobile device management
| Classroom orchestration software - web filtering
| Classroom orchestration software - safeguarding
| Classroom orchestration software - single sign-on
| Classroom orchestration software - classroom management
| Accompanying Excel spreadsheets
Market size and forecasts for all five classroom orchestration software segments
| Market value and volume forecasts out to 2026
| Key market developments and trends
| Breakouts for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and China, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa
Futuresource has been tracking, researching and consulting on the global education technology market for nearly 20 years. This publication is one in a series of research reports, produced to provide businesses with an holistic view of the market.
Any enterprise operating within the EdTech sector will benefit from this report, particularly:
| Manufacturers and their suppliers
| Resellers and VARs
| Intermediaries and supply chain
| EdTech market strategists, marketing and sales professionals
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