Maybe not, but a small loss in comparison to the huge gain they get. The advantage is that they have escaped the wrath of the managed service - the 33 pages of faults, the leaky roofs, the network issues - all of the so-called "bedding-in" problems that have been associated with some BSF builds (£70m new school buildings 'riddled with problems' (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus))
Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
Why work to help improve something that should be right in the first place? Why work to help improve something that rips schools off for all they're worth? Why ......
if anyone is interested in further details surrounding options for a managed service then please PM me.