Have you seen the benefits of Microsoft 365?

The long awaited Microsoft 365 packages are now available! Empower teachers to unlock creativity, promote teamwork, and provide a simple and safe experience in a single, affordable solution built for education. Include students at no extra cost when you buy for teachers, faculty, and staff.

E2BN Interview with Neil Watkins

In April's edition of the E2BN magazine, Clare Welsh interviews Neil Watkins about why he thinks ICT is so important for schools.

Drone Threat to schools?

We've started to get queries from schools about drones buzzing playgrounds. That could pose a serious health and safety risks, or safeguarding concerns. While incidents are thankfully currently extremely rare, this two-pager from Dedrone is useful in understanding some of the issues.

Think IT renews framework until 2022

After four years of providing schools across the UK with a safe, cost-effective and easy to administer EU Tendered ICT procurement framework, the East of England Broadband Consortia (E2BN) has renewed its contract with IT product and service provider, Think IT.

Neil Watkins and Jason Taylor at BETT with Microsoft

Neil Watkins and Jason Taylor were on the Microsoft stand at BETT 2018 talking about the upcoming changes to Microsoft licensing for schools, and how our serverless school solution that saves up to 60% of the cost of traditional on-premise solutions.

Jason Taylor on the future of cloud

Disruptive, part of the Compare the Cloud network, is the UK’s first tech TV channel. We cover some of the biggest technology events in the world as part of our live shows, produce original content, explore cutting edge tech and interview the disruptive voices in the industry. In this episode they are answering the questions on the lips of both providers and customers – with guests Jason Taylor, Think IT and Mark Mulvany, EMEA Hybrid Cloud Lead at Dell EMC.

The benefits of moving to the cloud

The Peterborough Pupil Referral Service provides a vital service to children and young people across the city. It operates across three sites and was struggling with old IT and infrastructure. Find out how moving to the cloud has transformed the way they work and deliver a better service for their learners.

Trust - the most important commodity in education ICT

The most important commodity in education ICT is not hardware, it’s not software, it’s trust. How do you know that what you’re spending you precious, limited budget on will work and you’re not getting ripped off? At a time of squeezed budgets, our experience shows that schools are facing 4 big challenges when it comes to buying technology. Overcoming those challenges is important, not only to get value for money, but to ensure that what you’re buying enhances teaching and learning, helps not hinders, and makes sure you stay on the right side of the law.