Southern Meeting 8 - S08

Southern Meeting 8 - S08

Monday 10 December 2018

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Meeting Details
Time/Date: Monday 10 December 2018
Location: HPE - 1 Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HR
Cost: Free for Members
Includes: Refreshments & Lunch
Agenda - To Be Confirmed
1000-1030 Arrival & Refreshments
1030-1035 Introduction
1035-1100 Presentation: HPE
1100-1200 Topical Presentation: Subject TBC
1200-1230 Networking
1230-1330 Lunch
1330-1600 Networking
Meeting Sponsors


Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company is a leading provider of next generation networking solutions for education. Aruba delivers solutions that empowers schools to serve the #GenMobile – mobile savvy students who rely on cloud based education apps for aspects of their learning.

Aruba’s mobile first, cloud first approach addresses the fundamental change in today’s education environment. The move towards a digital classroom and the adoption of big data to better improve education outcomes.

Aruba enables schools to build reliable networks to keep up with the fast pace of change by migrating away from the expensive to operate propriety infrastructure, which was originally designed for fixed network connections.

Much like the ANME, Odyssey Education was founded to give honest advice to help make sense of difficult technologies & industry jargon so that you can make the right decisions for your school, academy or college.

Focussing on infrastructure technologies, front of class solutions & user devices; Odyssey focus solely within the Education sector - we understand the unique challenges & pressures.

As a value added reseller we supply, install & support the majority of technologies out there, but when building our portfolio of products and services we tried, tested & selected only 1 or 2 brands for each solution - ensuring we can give best possible price, service & expertise for our customers.






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