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Redstor Education forums next week

Redstor Education forums next week

posted in Redstor ● 11 Jun 2014

Next week is a busy week within Redstor, with us hitting the road to Manchester for our Northern Education Forum on Tuesday 14th; before hosting our Southern Education Forum on Thursday 16th.These are our annual forums which have previously been well attended by our Education partners, both Local Authorities and Private service providers. The focal point of discussion is “New relevant services to schools – new approach to service delivery”.Some of the additional key areas include:* New cloud storage services* Attix5 Version 6 – the software behind the successful Remote Backup Service for Schools (RBUSS)* How to adapt your IT service delivery model to save money & time* How to effectively and pro-actively manage e-safety within schools* How to develop new services and remain relevant & cost effective* Driving down the cost of high speed school broadband – enanblement of new servicesTo book your place now, e-mail Redstor.

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