Top ICT Money Saving Tips

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The latest version of this presentation, from July 2010, which looks at the ways that ICT can contribute to cost savings in schools - some ideas are related to saving money on ICT expenditure, and others are how ICT can help reduce the cost of other services in school - eg reducing energy bills, supply teacher costs and reducing carbon emissions from schools etc.Many of the examples are supported by case studies from schools who have made savings.

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  • 1. The Money Saving Top 10
    Ray Fleming
    ray.fleming@microsoft.com
    @rayfleming

2. Times Education Supplement - 1st January 2010
3. 4. 5. Three strategies
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6. Three strategies
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7. Switch: Energy
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An average secondary school spends 92 a pupil on energy
An average primary school spends 57 a pupil on energy
8. Switch: Server virtualisation
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10. Switch: Server virtualisation
11. Switch: Server virtualisation
13 into 3 does go
10 support contracts = Save 5,600 this year
Not replacing servers = Save 24,000 this year
Electricity on 10 servers = Save 9,072 this year
Saves 38,662 this year
And 14,672 every year after
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13. Three Strategies
14. Switch: Power Management
Windows 7 maximises power management
PC Pro: reduce running costs by anything from 23 to 46 per system per year
Switch to Windows 7 to save money and save energy
Measure your savingswith a power monitor plug
Save up to 10,000 this year
15. Three Strategies
16. Switch: To low energy devices
Laptop typically 50-70w
RM ecoquiet 50w including LCD monitorwww.rm.com
iCute 18wwww.pars.co.uk
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17. Three Strategies
18. Switch: Your communications
Office Communications Server & Office Live Meeting allows real-time communication and collaboration
Instant Messaging
Conference calling
Flexible remote teaching and coaching
Switching saves:
Telephone costs
Facilities and travel costs
Supply costs
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19. Three Strategies
20. Switch: To remote access
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=
A chance to switch
21. Three Strategies
22. Three strategies
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Switch
145,000
Stop
Save
23. Three strategies
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Stop
Save
24. Stop: Buying every laptop yourself
97% of students have a computer at home
Half of Year 10s have more than one computer in their home
The Home Access Programme is distributing 270,000 computers
25. Three Strategies
26. Stop: Photocopying/Printing
Distribute work
Store work
Manage reprographics workflow
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27. Three Strategies
28. Stop: Buying so much software
MSDN Academic
For use for teaching purposes only
29. Three Strategies
30. Stop: Your email servers
31. Three Strategies
32. Three strategies
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Switch
Stop
191,000
Save
33. Three strategies
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Switch
Stop
Save
34. Save: Students money
Student licences
DreamSpark
35. Three Strategies
36. Save: Money on upgrades
School Agreement subscription
You pay a lower annual fee and receive an annual licence to run software
You get automatic upgrades to new releases.
At the end of each subscription period, you can either renew, pay to convert your licences to perpetual ones, or stop using the software.
And it includes MSDN AA
37. Three Strategies
38. Save: Your old computers
What does Windows 7 run on?
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39. Three Strategies
40. Save: Your software budget
The most efficient way for schools to buy perpetual software licences is Microsoft Select
Schools that either intend to buy 250 or more licences over three years, or who have access to a Master agreement through their Local Authority or other body (such as the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust).
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41. Three Strategies
42. Three strategies
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Switch
Stop
Save
23,800
43. Three Strategies
44. Ten Money Saving TipsThree strategies
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45. blogs.msdn.com/ukschools
ray.fleming@microsoft.com
@rayfleming