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Bett Show Review

Robots, Virtual Reality and coding – find out what this year’s Bett Show had in store

“An Aladdin’s cave for the education geek,” that’s how Education Secretary Damian Hinds described this year’s Bett show.

The 35th annual Bett show saw more than 34,000 attendees walk through the doors of London’s ExCel between 23rd-26th January with hopes of finding inspiration and to discuss the future of education.
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Grab a Gigabit Before it’s Too Late

Last chance to grab £2,500 worth of government funding for improved internet connectivity.

Christmas is coming, the pennies are drying up fast, and the chance to grab £2,500 worth of government funding for improved internet connectivity is running out.

It’s recently been revealed that more than 7,000 UK businesses have already signed up to the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme (GBVS) enabling them to get a quicker, more reliable and secure internet connection.

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Daisy and Mitel Make Virtual a Reality for The Scottish Government

10,000 users migrated to new virtual environment in one of Daisy’s biggest undertakings.

A wet October weekend in Edinburgh saw Daisy Corporate Services complete its largest virtualised communications migration operation to date. Thanks to a virtual Mitel environment, The Scottish Government will be able to deploy new features and functionality quickly and increase the efficiency of everyday maintenance tasks.
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Pleased To Meet You, Lyndsey Charlton

Shortlisted for this year’s CRN Women in Channel Awards, we introduce our Operations Director.

“In a world full of princesses, be like Batman”. This is the mantra that drives Daisy’s Operations Director, Lyndsey Charlton. And while she certainly is capable of the brave and the bold in her day to day work, we decided a cape like Batman’s wasn’t quite the recognition that she deserved.
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