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Hear how Nottingham City Council have transformed their IT support to schools

Hear how Nottingham City Council have transformed their IT support to schools

posted in Redstor ● 5 Jan 2017

Are you interested in hearing how one provider of IT services to schools has transformed their IT support to approx. 5,000 devices to save both time and money?On May 9th, Redstor were joined on a webinar by Matthew Draycott, Technical Services Manager, Schools IT – Nottingham City Council and Christian Nagele and Stuart Cringle of CentraStage. During the course of the webinar Matthew outlined the following:

  • How Nottingham City were previously providing IT support
  • What the pains were that led them to look at centralised IT management technology
  • What impact these pains were having on their ability to provide IT support to schools
  • How centralised IT management technology is driving efficiencies within their business and what those efficiencies are
  • Why they chose CentraStage as their centralised IT management technology
  • Where they see CentraStage having the biggest impact on their business in future

Following Matthew’s presentation, a short presentation was given of CentraStage’s key functionality. You can view the webinar by clicking here.

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