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Network and Classroom Management Thread, Help - Primary School Solution - Managed Network in Technical; Checkout CSE: http://cse-net.co.uk/ Just out of interest anyone use them at all on here ?...
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    Re: Help - Primary School Solution - Managed Network

    Checkout CSE:

    http://cse-net.co.uk/

    Just out of interest anyone use them at all on here ?

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    Re: Help - Primary School Solution - Managed Network

    Quote Originally Posted by nicholab
    I think you got a problem will RM let you run MIS on the Forest root I thought this was a no no? ...
    Can run what you like on your RM server. Not sure where this idea that an RM server is locked down and never shall you touch it.

    If use managed service I agree there is some of that but that is same with all managed service providers.

    So to make a point cc3 is not a managed service it is a network solution.

    In my own view never run mis on your main domain server anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by phantomphan
    RM, very competitive quote and we are almost certainly going with them (groan, groan, groan - yes, I know all your Anti RM feelings thank-you).
    Don't worry we are all not like that

    Russ

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    Re: Help - Primary School Solution - Managed Network

    From your location I can see you are in Essex. Essex LEA have just faxed me something asking who are network service provider is because they are trying to launch some BECTA managed system for primary schools and are tieing in with local companies. Sounds like a disaster to me but, you never know, it might work.
    It might be worth giving the ICT help desk a call and see if they know anything about it.

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    I used netcare for the hard wiring (OM3 fibre to the local switch and Cat6a to the desktop), dlink for my switches(2x layer 3 for the 10GBS backbone+ 27 GB switches for the rest ), aerohive for the wireless, Fujitsu servers running VMware.We did all of that for about £70K ( including 35 new PCs and 4 new IWB with short throws. We are 600+ primary KS1/2, happy to talk about it if you want but I run it myself. You can usually get a support company in for 2-3k per year plus about the same for the initial set up and after that it is fairly straight forward to run.

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    Um - 5 year old thread??

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    You could also try Burconix they provide complete Managed Service or partial so setup then provide some remote support but have various levels of support contract, I have used RM, CSE, Vanilla and Ranger at various schools and only Secondaries and while these are ok I found Burconix's systems better for performance, price and functionality and the fact that they tailor the Managed solution to fit you as much as possible and are pretty flexible to what you want.
    http://www.burconix.com/
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    Oops , my bad!
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