Welcome to the January issue of the Boston Networks Education newsletter. We have had a busy few months working with the University of Aberdeen and completing the Abraham Moss High School project in Manchester.
We also launched our new corporate identity, appeared as Public Contracts Scotland’s featured supplier of the month and announced our official supplier status on the UK’s only Further Education buying consortium. We’ve also scheduled our free network video surveillance seminar for March, you can find out more and register here.
Are you ready for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)?
Did you know that recent evidence suggests a BYOD approach to teaching increases student achievement and engagement? Moreover, in the next three years, one in four pupils will be using a mobile computing device in the classroom?
Do you have a BYOD strategy in place? We are already working with a number of Schools, Colleges, Universities and Local Authorities to help them design and deliver BYOD Wireless Solutions. Contact us for more information.
Featured Case Study
Wireless Solution for Edinburgh Napier University
In the past, Edinburgh Napier University had utilised leased fibre services to transfer student records and course information. However, Edinburgh Napier was looking for a more cost-effective, secure, and reliable way to provide connectivity between its Craiglockhart and Sighthill Campuses.
Boston Networks selected a high capacity, gigabit Ethernet wireless system for its ability to provide carrier-grade network performance. The system was deployed within two weeks, giving the University the capacity, security, and reliability needed to support their growing IT requirements.
“The high bandwidth solution from Boston Networks, utilising BridgeWave technology, has saved the University enormously on cost, lead-time and the disruption normally associated with a traditional fibre install.” Edinburgh Napier University. Read the full case study here
Network Video Surveillance Seminar
Join the Boston team, alongside our industry leading partners, to discover the latest technologies and the direct business benefits associated with a network video surveillance solution, including:
- Centralised management
- Smart integration
- Rapid retrieval and export of critical footage
- Deployment of HD ready cameras
- Wireless connectivity
Tweet’s of the month
Boston Networks commission cabling infrastructure and IP CCTV for the University of Aberdeen £57m library building. Read moreInterested in learning the latest innovations in Network Video Surveillance ? Register for our free seminar here.Boston Networks awarded official supplier status with the UK’S only Further Education buying consortium. Read more.
In the next three years, one in four pupils will be using a mobile computing device in the classroom. Read more.
Boston Networks feature as PCS supplier of the month. Read more
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