Newcastle Prep School were recommended Stone to assist with their migration to Microsoft 365. After meeting to design the project, Stone enabled Newcastle Prep School to update their old whiteboards to new interactive touchscreens ahead of schedule and for a fraction of the price.
The Holy Trinity Primary School wanted to help develop their younger student's digital skills and utilise technology in the classroom across the curriculum. Stone helped them implement flexible, robust and easy-to-use 2-in-1 devices that have helped enhancing learning for the children.
As a Multi Academy Trust consisting of 5 high-performing schools, Trinity MAT wanted to upgrade their device capabilities and server infrastructure to create a more efficient and unified network.
The University of Bath needed to upgrade their IT estate in a flagship area of the campus. Stone won the tender from the NDNA deployed and installed a fleet of high-performance PCs and monitors to help them create a clutter-free, sleek and efficient workspace for teaching, learning and research.
LEAP Multi Academy Trust wanted to upgrade the existing servers and move to one unified platform. Stone installed four equinox platforms to deliver energy and cost savings to the trust and enhance connectivity and collaboration across all establishments.
Shipley College needed to refresh their slow and unreliable network. Stone effectively deployed a Meraki cloud managed solution, including full assessments that ensured access points were installed in the best locations to deliver consistent WiFi and user experiences across the listed building.
EVO Group of Companies wanted to update their devices and migrate to Windows 10, and were impressed by the quality and affordability of Stone Approved. Stone deployed over 700 refurbished devices, handling all Microsoft licensing and completing the solution by recycling their old kit.
With many of their existing desktops between 5 – 7 years old, Northumberland County Council were in need of a significant refresh of their IT estate. And so, the council submitted a tender to replace 5,000 of their desktop devices.
Stone helped this thriving school modernise their IT estate by providing 1500 Stone PCs and Stonebook devices. "We get on really well with our Stone team who are always totally honest with us – that makes a refreshing change."
After being introduced to Stone by Jamie Booth, Sally found our approach to disposing of unwanted IT equipment very refreshing.