Visit Data Integration at UCISA2009 and win dinner at Le Manoir Aux Quat'Saisons!

26 Feb 2009

Find out why more and more universities are turning to Data Integration to help them achieve operational efficiency and service reliability from their networks.

Simon Crumplin and Andy Butcher from Data Integration, Paul Philips from Extreme Networks and Roger Hockaday from Aruba Networks will all be available on Data Integration's stand at this year's UCISA management conference taking place at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool from 11-13 March 2009.

The hot topics we are currently discussing with universities include:

  • Reducing fixed and mobile telephony costs through adoption of IP telephony
  • Selective out-tasking and co-management to achieve operational efficiencies without losing strategic control
  • Reducing network energy consumptionRight-sizing your network
  • Reducing network maintenance and management costs through consolidation

Visit us on Stand 3 and enter our prize draw to win dinner for two and an overnight stay at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons - Raymond Blanc's multi-award winning restaurant and hotel in Great Milton, Oxfordshire.

During the conference our representatives will be on hand to discuss your current IT challenges and strategic direction. If you would like to arrange a one to one meeting with us at any time during the conference please telephone Andy Butcher on 07779 145 359 or email

About Data Integration

Data Integration forms partnerships with universities to optimize IT infrastructure. By selectively out-tasking elements of your infrastructure to us, you achieve operational efficiencies, service reliability and release your own team to work on more valuable challenges specific to your institution. Our partnership approach to out-tasking and co-management means that you achieve the benefits of outsourcing whilst retaining overall strategic control.

Our existing Higher Education partnerships include: University of Exeter, The University of Reading, London South Bank University and the University of Surrey.