FileMaker Inc. (, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, will showcase a wide variety of database solutions for educators, administrators and students (booth #1268) at this year’s International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference and exposition June 28-30 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

At the FileMaker booth, conference attendees will see live demos of FileMaker Pro 11, including new charting and reporting features to assist teachers, IT coordinators and administrators with managing student information, monitoring school operation, and meeting state and federal reporting requirements. Educational solutions developer Campfire Data will demonstrate its FileMaker Pro-based products for data warehousing, gathering and analyzing student assessment results and tracking pre-kindergarten referral and placement.

Educators at the conference will receive a free 30-day trial DVD of FileMaker Pro 11 (while supplies last), complete with more than 30 Starter Solutions. Conference goers will also see Bento 3, the personal database for the Mac, iPhone or iPad that integrates with programs such as Address Book, Mail and iCal. FileMaker will also demonstrate the new Bento 3 Student Survival Kit, available free with a 30-day trial of Bento 3, that helps students organize photos, contacts, lecture notes, projects and events into one database.