How do you plan to get the most out of your IT this year?

According to the DepartParamountment for Education (DoE), IT in schools is increasingly being integrated to help enhance the student learning experience so the IT infrastructure, applications and services must be more reliable and secure than ever before. Furthermore, as technology advances, and the end users become more vocal, schools need to consider new ways to meet their needs.

IT should improve learning and teaching, offer a wide range of choice, facilitate flexible working for students and teachers, and manage information effectively and securely. However, with school IT departments stretched – there is on average one member of IT staff supporting 990 users – often ad-hoc solutions are implemented by people who aren’t necessarily an expert in that field, and this can lead to problems later down the line. To help provide schools with greater support, the DoE advocates a managed service approach to institutional infrastructure.

On Wednesday 30th April we are hosting an exclusive event. One of our clients will provide an introduction about how managed service has transformed their IT department, followed by a general discussion amongst our guests on how they are planning to do to get the most out of their IT systems this year.

When
Wednesday 30th April
3pm – 5:30pm

Where
Paramount
Centre Point
101-103 New Oxford Street
London
WC1A 1DD

Refreshments
Afternoon tea will be provided for all guests.

Contact us…
If you have any questions, please contact me directly on:
Phone: 01635 203 728
Email: aliceh@foundation-it.com

Or you can register to attend here: https://foundationit.eventbrite.co.uk

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