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university oxford

University of Oxford, GLAM Case study

University of Oxford Museums and Gardens are the custodians of the University of Oxford's world renowned collections and comprises world famous names including the Ashmolean Museum, Museum of the History of Science, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum.

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

The Trust had three legacy telephone systems at Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole that were starting to become unreliable and due to lose manufacturer support.To address these issues and put in place a modern communication solution to support new ways of working, the Trust took a strategic decision to initiate a replacement project.

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Bangor University

The University had been evaluating the wireless market to find a strategic partner for the replacement of the wireless solution to offer a comprehensive, high-quality wireless service in all its buildings which include teaching, administration and residential buildings but were finding it hard to decide on how to proceed.

university of edinburgh

University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh first opened its gates to students in 1583 and since then has become a world leading centre for teaching and research with global ambitions. Over 41% of the University student population comes from outside of the UK. The University operates from a number of locations in and around the city of Edinburgh, one of the most attractive places to live, work and study in the UK.

university of westminster

University of Westminster

The University of Westminster was founded in 1938 and was the first polytechnic in the UK. It has a diverse student community, with more than 20,000 from 150 nations. The University has four campuses in London, which are home to five faculties. Three of their campuses are in central London and one is in Harrow, north west London.

university oxford

University of Oxford, GLAM Case study

University of Oxford Museums and Gardens are the custodians of the University of Oxford's world renowned collections and comprises world famous names including the Ashmolean Museum, Museum of the History of Science, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford University Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum.

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

The Trust had three legacy telephone systems at Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole that were starting to becoming unreliable and due to lose manufacturer support.To address these issues and put in place a modern communication solution to support new ways of working, the Trust took a strategic decision to initiate a replacement project.

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Bangor University

The University had been evaluating the wireless market to find a strategic partner for the replacement of the wireless solution to offer a comprehensive, high-quality wireless service in all its buildings which include teaching, administration and residential buildings but were finding it hard to decide on how to proceed.

university of edinburgh

University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh first opened its gates to students in 1583 and since then has become a world leading centre for teaching and research with global ambitions. Over 41% of the University student population comes from outside of the UK. The University operates from a number of locations in and around the city of Edinburgh, one of the most attractive places to live, work and study in the UK.

university of westminster

University of Westminster

The University of Westminster was founded in 1938 and was the first polytechnic in the UK. It has a diverse student community, with more than 20,000 from 150 nations. The University has four campuses in London, which are home to five faculties. Three of their campuses are in central London and one is in Harrow, north west London.