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Local Authority Newsletter

Welcome to the first issue of the Boston Networks Local Authority newsletter, dedicated to delivering relevant technological and networking innovations straight to your inbox.

Over the past few months we have been participating in Scottish Government industry workshops to discuss the demand for fast broadband and shared services across the public sector, exhibited at the National CCTV Conference and Exhibition and launched our new corporate identity – we hope you like it!

Featured Case Study
Wireless Connectivity for East Ayrshire CCTV
East Ayrshire Council were looking to deploy a scalable, wireless network to connect its existing analogue CCTV cameras, as part of the council’s evolving strategy on security.

The desired wireless wide area network (WAN) would also be required to grow with the needs of the council and allow ample scope for the inevitable addition of more IP CCTV cameras.

Boston Networks performed a detailed planning process on behalf of the council, after which a point to point wireless network was designed and deployed throughout East Ayrshire, to flawlessly connect the councils existing public space CCTV cameras. Read more.

Are you ready for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)?
The demand for networks to manage, allow and facilitate BYOD is rapidly increasing.

A global study of 700 CIOs, commissioned by Citrix, has revealed that 94% of organisations are planning to allow staff to bring their own devices to work by 2013. Moreover, recent evidence suggests that the BYOD approach to teaching increases student achievement and engagement. Find out more

Did you know?
Typically, wireless CCTV connections cost less than half that of traditional leased lines, whilst adding significant flexibility and mobility. Speak to us today to learn how you can save up to 50% of you allocated budget.

Tweet’s of the month
Boston Networks unveil new corporate identity- read more

Boston Networks awarded official supplier status on the UK’s only Further Education buying consortium – read more

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