Education IT Service Providers & LEAs

Education IT Service Providers & LEAs

posted in Redstor ● 11 May 2011

Redstor are pleased to now confirm the 2 dates for the northern and southern Education forums aimed at Education IT service providers and Local Authorities. These will be held in Manchester and Reading. More details, the agenda and how to register can be found by visiting https://redstor.com/education_forums.html At these forums, we will be covering a whole raft of topics including remote backup, centralised remote device management, laptop encryption and e-safety. At a time when school budgets are being squeezed and in the unknown, it’s key that Education IT service providers are offering proactive and relevant services to their schools. It’s also key that they are seen to be offering value as the competition for school’s business increases with more and more providers vying for pole position. Redstor have been helping Education IT service providers and Local Authorities deliver such services for over 6 years and will continue to be the driving force behind the key services seen in schools up and down the country. 

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