Creating the right wireless solution for your school is easy when you know where to start
The modern classroom is a connected, intelligent space where teachers and students engage, collaborate and learn seamlessly. Where schools deliver rich digital learning experiences and students use a variety of devices to connect to the school network on campus and remotely.
Creating the modern classroom is not a one-size-fits-all exercise. It requires the right mix of technology and support solutions for your school now and for the future.
Get a detailed blueprint for success by signing up for Free Wi-Fi Assessment that identifies and responds to your school’s specific needs.
Register now for a Free Remote Wi-Fi Assessment valued at $1750*
Limited Offer: Available to the first 30 customers
*ex GST. Only applicable to education institutions within Australia.
Understanding your needs
Delivering the best experience for students and educators requires robust yet scalable network infrastructure solutions that flex with your needs and are easy to manage.
It all starts with understanding what mix of technology your school needs to support your plans for a modern learning environment.
The Remote Wi-Fi Assessment is a one-hour workshop with a JB Hi-Fi Solutions wireless engineer to understand your specific requirements, including:
- coverage areas
- number of devices
- type of applications
- floor plans and wall materials
You’ll receive a detailed blueprint for success based on your current environment outlining:
- the number and placement of access points to enhance Wi-Fi performance and connectivity across campus
- number of devices
- other required materials, equipment and licences
Southern Cross Grammar partnered with JB Hi-Fi Education Solutions to upgrade the school’s network, boosting wireless connectivity and overall performance across campus. The new cloud-based Wi-Fi solution allows the school to seamlessly support an increasing number of connected devices and applications for all users across the school.
“We have been able to update our school’s IT infrastructure by refreshing our hardware with the latest technology and updating the way we manage, interact with and troubleshoot that technology. The cloud-based solution is centrally managed and updated, so it is continually improving.”
Chris Mitchell – IT Manager, Southern Cross Grammar