Education Sector Solutions
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Empowering the teachers of today to help students create the world of tomorrow
With record numbers of young people in the UK going on to study at university, competition in Higher Education is as fierce as it’s ever been. Add to this Universities’ challenges with funding, students who have a choice to go abroad, keeping up with a connected world, managing legacy systems and supporting a diverse set of students who are more mobile than ever, and you can see why technology adoption is such a crucial piece in Education. In schools the challenges are similar, with the added difficulties of nurturing a student’s talent at a formative age and helping them learn by collaborating and communicating.
Through our broad portfolio of end-to-end Managed Services, GCI combines the best Cloud and collaboration platforms with Security, Support and Network Services to help students thrive with personalised learning and tools that spark creativity, increasing the likelihood of students choosing to pursue a career in STEM. Our solutions enable you to keep classrooms organised - from lesson planning to giving students feedback and tracking grades - all while staying connected to peers, staff and faculty in online communities. In Further and Higher Education, we can help you enhance the digital campus experience, providing a secure network with seamless roaming connectivity for students and adding advanced location-based services for easy navigation. We can even help you manage the pressures of Clearing and through harnessing data, we’ll help you improve outcomes and enable students to further collaborate with lecturers from any location.
GCI case studies in this sector
Just some of our Education clients
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING...
"GCI’s expertise in all areas of Unified Communications meant they could design and deploy a solution that not only delivered on today’s needs, but importantly one that can support our future requirements, alongside helping us to bring down costs."David Ford, Chief Information Officer - University of Hertfordshire