What is your industry?
R K: K-12 Education.
When was the school founded?
R K: Since the 1940’s or 50’s.
What do you feel makes your school stand out?
R K: We are one of the top 5 largest school districts in Colorado serving five counties.
How have you come across our product?
R K: Through online search.
Did you evaluate other tools?
R K: Not back then, but we have since then. No one can beat your price for the level of features and service you provide.
How did our product stand out?
R K: Yours was the only product that gave me insight into Google Sites and usage of attachments (which is no longer an issue the more we convert to new Sites, but it was a big deal back then). And it was free at the time, although after a fairly short period of time using the free product, we purchased our own space.
What were the benefits of using the product and services?
R K: Sites, but then lots of other needs as I learned what the product can do: groups not owned by anyone, groups with no members, lots of things like that, GAT Unlock, GAT Shield for devices
What was the particular problem that GAT solved?
R K: Finding out which Classic Google Sites were using the most available space for Attachments, which was capped at 100MB per domain. I needed to know if the sites were still active so I could delete them and free up space for new attachments on active sites. I also learned we had nearly 18,000 sites in our domain and many of them were owned by inactive staff and student accounts. I also learned that students were sharing pirated and copyrighted content, someone created a public site to sell their Bed & Breakfast business, a student had created a site where he was reselling products for a profit (it was fascinating), that students were sharing highly personal PII with the world, there were sites in our domain owned by accounts external to our domain (created by a staff member who assigned their personal account as a co-owner, then when their district account was deleted, they still owned it), and those are just a few of the use cases I can think of off the top of my head. We are ultimately responsible for Sites, and the content on those sites and GAT helps me monitor that and remove questionable content or ratchet back the sharing rights.
What was the feature that you looked for in our product the most?
R K: Access to information about Sites, but we use it for much more than that now.
Any other observations?
R K: In the time that we started using GAT, it has grown into a powerful tool that rivals the other applications in this space. Can’t wait to see where you go in the future!