The college decided that leasing rather than buying new equipment would make financial sense and was the ideal opportunity to invest in a complete IT strategy.
Ashmole Academy's main priority was to ensure that the devices were as future-proof as possible.
The servers at Notley High School were becoming end of life and Mark was responsible for replacing them with a 2nd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor powered system that made best use of the school’s budget without compromising on quality and performance.
Durham University relied on Stone to support them through the on-going Coronavirus pandemic.
Chesterfield College Group have completely transformed their IT suite with Stone Approved® refurbished devices
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust needed to upgrade their technology to allow them to continue to work effectively.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Stone helped Walsall NHS Trust overcome challenges and safeguard staff and patients with technology. The Trusts staff were thankful for Stone's fast-paced responsiveness, trusted support and advice.
Gower College is expert in supporting young people as they move through further education into the working world or onto higher education, with success based on providing first class experiences for young people. This includes excellent teaching, good facilities and great care and support. The range of College programmes available allow students to improve their … Continued
West Nottinghamshire College's existing equipment was causing chaos for the IT teams and wasn't powerful enough for the students, particularly those studying gaming and computer science. Stone configured 44 high-end workstations that have created a next generation learning environment.
The DWP required a complete refresh of it's meeting room infrastructure across it's 160 locations. Stone designed and installed a bespoke solution even in the most complex of areas, transforming their conferencing capabilities and saving hundreds of thousands of pounds.