Highlights from Redstor's BETT 2012 stand

Highlights from Redstor's BETT 2012 stand

posted in Redstor ● 11 Aug 2015

BETT 2012 saw a record number of appointments on our stand with our Education channel partners. Like last year, the split between local authority ICT Support service teams and private sector ICT service providers was fairly even.There was still unrivalled levels of interest in what is the most popular and longest running Online Backup for schools service in the UK – RBUSS. Many ICT service providers we met with are adding to this to their portfolio of ICT services for schools and those service providers who have offered the service in previous years continue to be delighted with the service.Also on the Redstor stand was CentraStage, which is now being used to protect and manage devices in over 4,000 schools in the UK. We witnessed countless customer demos being hosted over the course of BETT, as well as breakout sessions with East Sussex LA who’ve used CentraStage to redesign their ICT services for schools. For those of you who didn’t make it to BETT or didn’t receive a demo of CentraStage whilst there, we’re running a webinar on Tuesday 24th January to provide an overview of CentraStage, simply click here to sign up and reserve your place!Finally, 2012 could well be the year in which Redstor E-Safety becomes prominently used and deployed. Many schools are using E-Safety as a way of setting User Acceptance Policies for schoolchildren using ICT in the classroom, as well as allowing them to monitor cyber-bullying. At BETT, a number of our existing ICT service provider partners were keen to include Redstor E-Safety within their SLAs for the new school year.Congratulations to our partner Joskos Solutions, who’ve delivered Redstor’s services to their schools, on winning the “ICT Services and Support” category at this year’s BETT awards. 

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