Most of the time, when you’re thinking about purchasing new PCs for your school, you start by thinking which devices you like the sound of (whether that’s because they’re the ‘best’ new tech, or purely because they meet your school’s needs and fit within your budget). But really there should be a step which happens before that thought process begins. In order to truly get a device which helps you to get the most from your teachers and students, you must first understand which operating system (OS) will facilitate this.
Top business leaders from the North West have been shortlisted in this year’s prestigious Director of the Year Awards. The annual ceremony, held by the regional branch of the Institute of Directors (IoD), is renowned and respected for recognising the incredible achievements of business leaders across the North West over the past 12 months.
Bring your classroom out of the shadows as we bring you even more reasons to go from mono to multicolour
I’m sure you’ll be used to reading about the advancements in printing and how you need to take advantage of them. And that’s completely true. The research and development that’s done in the print space means that every three to five years they advance enough to justify a technology refresh. It’s now less expensive to print in colour, quicker and more eco-friendly to do so; all without compromising the quality of the print finish.
But with so many big brands talking about their “first page print speeds” and the number of “pages per minute”, how do you know which is best for your education environment? With the rise of devices being used as learning aids, do printers even still have a place in the classroom?