For new build schools and classrooms, the impact and delivery of technology should never be an afterthought or left until the last minute. There are so many things to think of before taking the first step. Here’s a few to get you thinking.
Technology moves at a rapid pace. That’s why anyone planning for a new school or building needs to do so with an eye firmly on the future.
Consulting a good electrical engineer and Incorporating cabling into the design phase can make life down the line much easier. Talk to commercial-grade wireless network vendors to understand more about what you need to succeed.
Opt for the most up-to-date
Choose the most up-to-date generation of fibre and data cabling. Investing in the best will save you money in the long-term.
Look for compatibility
No matter how you construct the network, the school will probably need to operate multiple platforms at some point in the future. To ensure the network continues to support the school regardless of its future choices, you should look for equipment that will deliver compatibility.
These are just some of the many things to consider when thinking about technology for new builds. Download our free ebook for a more comprehensive guide on what you need to get the best results.
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