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3 benefits of having a connected campus

Having excellent communication and control throughout a school is more important than ever. However, with ever-increasing types of technology and communication tools, many campuses have become a mess of different systems. A connected campus brings all your existing technology into one system and makes it simple and easy to use. So here are 3 benefits of having a connected school campus.

 

Everything works together

 

A connected campus brings all your existing technology into one eco-system. Many schools use one system for their bells and another for their announcements — not to mention the vast number of AV devices around the school. Connecting a campus gives schools the ability to control bells, paging and PA announcements as well as classroom devices through one system. 

 

Total control made simple

 

Most schools use a variety of technology in the classroom and around the campus. However, this usually means having a variety of systems, remotes and programs to control it all. A connected campus simplifies how all this technology is managed. By using a single network, devices can be controlled through easy-to-use wall panels or computer software.

 

Keep your system organised

 

Monitoring and using so many devices across multiple networks and systems can be quite hard. A connected campus creates central points of control to make managing devices quick and easy, and reduces the number of remotes in the classroom.

Having excellent communication systems and control throughout a school is integral. As is often case with technology — multiple systems can become complex and difficult to manage. With the amount of technology most schools use, having a connected campus helps simplify the system and bring them into one cohesive eco-system.