Since its founding in 1966, Colegio Retamar has been one of the most prestigious schools in Madrid (Spain). It offers primary and secondary education, emphasizing academic learning and social values. At Colegio Retamar, computers have become an indispensable educational tool as well as a popular pastime for pupils. However, when working on an assignment or accessing the internet, pupils must be protected from digital threats ranging from malware infections to ageinappropriate content. With over 2100 pupils and about 150 teachers, computer security is one of the most important issues Colegio Retamar faces. The school was looking for a security solution that would not only protect their computers from malware but also enforce security policies, regulate the use of classroom computers and control pupils’ internet surfing, as well as preventing unknown USB devices from being connected. Jesús Niño, responsible for Colegio Retamar’s IT systems, explains: “Retamar has the budgetary opportunities and restraints of any typical school. Therefore, as other schools, we were looking for software solutions that met our requirements and at the same time would be easy to deploy and manage.” To allow for further savings, Colegio Retamar wanted its teaching staff to be able to configure the solution, in addition to the typical maintenance and configuration tasks carried out by its IT administrators. “Teachers need to be able to carry out some of the administration tasks, for example when they need to respond immediately to issues that arise during class. But the administration console of our previous solution did not allow us to delegate administration tasks,” says Niño.