We can save you
£30k by moving
to the Cloud

Moving your infrastructure and software to the Cloud can help you realise significant savings across your school or multi-academy trust while positively impacting on teaching and learning. Whether it's reducing printing costs, improving effective collaboration or not replacing expensive on-site servers, RM can support you on every step of your move to Cloud.

RM Cloud

Cloud can save
you time, money
and have an impact
in the classroom.

Choosing which services to move to the cloud, and in which order, will depend on your school, academy or trust’s priorities. Read our guide to cloud computing to see what the benefits of moving your IT services to the cloud will have in terms of financial, time savings and classroom impact.

Our cloud services allow
teachers and students to
work the way they live.

Today's learners demand constant access to technology despite budgetary pressures. Schools are coming under greater pressure to incorporate the technology their pupils are most familiar with in their everyday lives into the classroom. Moving to the cloud is one of the best ways to help schools save money whilst also transforming the way that teachers and students work and use technology.

Cloud-delivered services are about moving services out of the school and putting it into a secure, shared location where you can access it as and when you need it. Cloud-based services and applications reduce infrastructure and IT costs, increase accessibility, enable collaboration, and allow schools more flexibility to allow teachers and students to work the way they live.

When investing in new
technologies, you need
a clear plan of what
you want to achieve
for your school.

We can help you implement transformational change whilst future proofing your infrastructure in a sustainable and secure way – all at a pace that suits your school.

RM have experience of setting up, migrating and supporting thousands of schools move to G Suite for Education and Microsoft Office 365. The DfE recommends, in their ‘Cloud computing: how schools can move services to the cloud’ guidance, that schools choose a partner who has the experience and knowledge to support your move to a cloud-first world.

“We really need to embrace
the cloud, it has transformed
the way we’re working.”

Owain Johns, Principal, UTC Oxfordshire

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