Information technology has evolved and the support you receive should too.
A managed IT support for schools solution from iQuda guarantees a proactive, tailored approach that helps you get the most from your systems.
IT should facilitate how your school is managed, how you teach and how your students learn. If you’re continually firefighting downtime and crashes, it can feel like your systems are holding you back.
Our managed IT support for schools service removes the hassle of IT maintenance from your schedule forever. We take care of all maintenance, management and support you need so you are free to focus on what really matters.
A managed IT support contract centralises all your support needs under a single contract. All servers, desktops, mobiles and networking devices are covered and can be added and removed with ease.
You’re equipped with unlimited support, maintenance and management – everything you would expect from an award-winning IT provider.
We offer fully outsourced support or complementary support for internal IT staff. This is the typical arrangement within schools and many of our larger corporate clients.
Because of our experience, we’re able to advise you on all aspects of IT strategy and investment. This is included as standard as part of every managed IT support agreement and never charged for.
When to Outsource?
Access to skill is one of the main reasons we hear from clients who outsource their IT support. Given how quickly IT evolves, it can be difficult to develop enough skill to keep up with change in-house. When your network becomes more complex, the need for a wider skill set becomes more evident.
Working with a professional IT provider gives you access to a whole team of engineers who all specialise in different areas. It is difficult to compete with this value without outsourcing.
If your IT needs a second opinion, you’re struggling to provide enough support in-house, or you believe you could get more from your systems – it’s time to consider outsourcing.
Schools We Work With:
- Primary & secondary schools
- Public & state schools
- SEN schools
We have extensive experience working with a range of schools with different requirements. Please speak to a member of our team to discuss your needs and we’ll help you find a solution that works for you.
Key Benefits of Our Managed IT Support for Schools Service:
- Excellent value for money
- Centralised, all-inclusive support
- Less downtime
- Guaranteed service level
- Expert advice and support
Key Benefits We Offer:
- Extensive experience working with schools
- Microsoft Authorized Education Partner
- ISO 27001 Certified
- DBS checked onsite engineers
- Discounts for charities and non-profits including schools
- We operate our own in-house help desk – no part of our operation is outsourced
For more information about our managed IT support for schools, please call us on 01442 251 514 or contact us to speak to a member of our team. We’ll be more than happy to provide you with further information.
References from our existing clients are available by request.
This Service Includes:
- Unlimited IT help desk support
- Unlimited remote support
- 24/7 monitoring
- Unlimited IT consulting
- Onsite support for issues we can’t resolve remotely
- Vendor management
- License management
- Patch & update management
- Security management
- Asset management
- IT reporting
- 24/7 IT support available as additional service
“We have found iQuda to be responsive, trustworthy and forward thinking. Issues that we have had in the past with an unstable network, failure of UPS, structure of our network and inability to support the amount of people we have on site, have now disappeared.
They are always suggesting ways we can improve things, they have taken a huge burden off our shoulders, and they are always proactive. The staff we see on site from time to time are polite, friendly and approachable. They are transparent in their costings, fair and reasonable. We therefore, based on our experience to date, have no hesitation in recommending them.
For reference we have approximately 100 staff and 400 students.”