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BETT show 2012 - Come and join Redstor!

BETT show 2012 - Come and join Redstor!

posted in Redstor ● 25 Nov 2011

Come and join us at the BETT show in Olympia between 11th and 14th January at stand U23.Redstor have been exhibiting for many years at the show since 2006 and have witnessed the transformations being made in the provision of ICT support services to schools.Over the years, Redstor has been providing online backup services (now called cloud backup services) to primary schools through its partner base which has been predominantly ICT Schools’ Support team within Local Authorities. As the schools have developed more autonomy, and with the spending cuts in Local Authorities biting, we have seen a shift in the provision of services and last year 45% of our appointments were with private sector companies looking to or already providing support services to schools.  Will 2012 represent the first year when private sector Redstor appointments exceeds public sector?More on BETT to follow on our blog and Redstor Twitter

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