Dan May, commercial director at IT services provider Ramsac, expresses how IT is more important than ever in today's teaching environment.
May advises that in order to get buy-in from all stakeholders, people need to educate people on the risks of not improving their IT and the benefits that upgrade will bring.
He encourages departments to work with staff to identify expectations for technology use in schools. They should get a clear understanding of space needed for data centres, power, cooling and cabling.
May also provides tips to improve a school's IT performance is to improve the cabling, get proper bandwidth, ensure a cybersecurity policy, and prepare to scale into 5G.
May concludes that as soon as schools and other educational institutions begin improving their IT infrastructure, an experienced solutions provider can help smooth the transition and reduce cost spending. Read the Entire Article
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