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Redstor at BETT 2012

Redstor at BETT 2012

posted in Redstor ● 25 Dec 2016

This week sees the world’s largest event for educational technology roll into London as BETT takes over Olympia, bringing in 30,000 visitors to view the latest ICT solutions such as Online Backup for Schools and E-Safety.Redstor have exhibited at BETT for many years now and have traditionally seen the majority of our appointments take place with ICT Schools’ Support Teams from Local Authorities. With the budget cuts biting and schools being given more autonomy, we have seen a swing towards private sector companies providing ICT services for schools. This resulted in 45% of our appointments in 2011 being with private sector ICT service providers. It remains to be seen whether or not 2012 will be the year in which the number of private sector providers meeting with us exceeds the number of Local Authority support teams – we will update you next week post-BETT.Our stand at BETT is U23, feel free to pop by and discover more about our educational ICT services, including RBUSS+, our Online Backup for Secondary Schools service.

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