Vuzion at BETT 2019

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It’s that time of year again: the UK’s biggest technology in education event, Bett 2019, is here!

Showcasing that latest trends in education, as well as the tools and solutions that are transforming the learning experience for both educators and students, Bett will play host to more than 34,700 attendees this year.

According to research published this week by not-for-profit organisation Eduserv, 55 percent of universities have adopted a cloud infrastructure policy guidance or strategy – which means there’s still a lot of opportunities for partners to help the UK’s schools and colleges navigate their cloud journeys and fulfil their learning potential.

“The cloud, alongside modern collaboration platforms and interactive learning experiences like Minecraft: Education Edition, is helping to transform both the classroom and campus experience. I am delighted to once again be attending Bett 2019 this year,” says Ian Hill, Vuzion’s Channel Education Business Manager.

In addition, Microsoft will be stepping up its presence at the event, in line with its focus on enabling and inspiring students through the next generation of education solutions and worldwide network of partners. The company will be sharing insider knowledge about global trends and forecasts from the Microsoft Worldwide Education leadership teams, which will be invaluable to customers and partners alike.

Get in touch with Ian to arrange to meet up at the event, or just chat about how Vuzion can help you open up new revenue streams in education.

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