The digital revolution is making inroads into education, but COVID-19 has highlighted that Germany’s schools still have some catching up to do. To create the customized, digital classrooms of the future, you need innovative IT concepts.
There are considerable gaps in the ad hoc digitalization measures implemented so far, according to the 2020 eGovernment Monitor published by the D21 Initiative and the Technical University of Munich. For example, only 25 percent of respondents enjoyed seamless digital learning during the coronavirus lockdown.
To ensure that digital teaching is child’s play for both pupils and staff, you need to determine which devices are the best fit for the school’s requirements. Another consideration is the technical infrastructure, which needs to be powerful enough to unlock the full potential of your end devices.
Technical equipment also needs comprehensive support throughout the lifecycle to safeguard its availability. Ongoing technical and academic training for teachers must also be taken into account in the total cost calculation. On this basis, it is possible to make financially sound decisions and establish a comprehensive digitalization strategy.
Sustainable concepts are becoming increasingly important. The remarketing of old assets is one option for a more sustainable digital transformation of schools. Not only does it improve your environmental footprint, the resale proceeds can also keep down the overall cost.
In addition to the high acquisition costs, there are maintenance and support costs to consider. Flexible, customized usage concepts can help schools to digitalize their classrooms despite budget constraints. They are a real alternative to buying and offer a predictable and transparent monthly lease installment covering all costs.
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Head of Public Sector Sales Germany, Regional Manager Sales Public South/SouthWest, Regional Manager Sales Public West-Central