Enabling IT for Education and the Public Sector

Every day ICT managers and those responsible for keeping the network up and running in schools, colleges, universities and a myriad of public sector departments are faced with numerous challenges and pressures:

  • How do I manage the multitude of different technologies that reside on the network?
  • When should I replace, or upgrade hardware and software to be most cost efficient?
  • Should I introduce a new application or resource?
  • What are the latest ICT innovations that I need to be aware of?

A large number of education establishments and public sector organisations rely on our expertise to help them overcome their daily ICT challenges, plan for the future and make the most of their ICT budgets.

Whether you need our highly skilled IT professionals to take responsibility for the ongoing management of your ICT network, or you require any of our specialist project services, we will act as an extension of your organisation, ensuring that you can rely on us for all of your ICT related projects.


"Medhurst was recommended to us by a colleague working in the ICT department of another school that had also employed the company. Having seen the work carried out by Medhurst's education team and the benefits that its services offered, we decided to employ them to help with our ICT management. They proved very quickly that not only did they know what they were doing, but provided very favourable project costs and benefits."- Tim Howlett, ICT Manager, Portsmouth Grammar School

"I have worked with Medhurst before at Shirley Junior School in Southampton and knew that they would do a good job at a competitive price. In line with school policy, I had to get three quotes for the work and present them to the governing body but they agreed with my reasons for wanting to use Medhurst, as it was a company that I could recommend from personal experience. The friendly efficient staff clearly understand the needs of an educational environment in terms of quality and value for money."- Clare Farrell, Deputy Head, Ropley CE Primary School