The higher education market has traditionally been seen as an effective way for technology companies to influence the hearts and minds of the next generation of corporate decisionmakers. This multi-client research study from Futuresource will provide invaluable insights about existing technology ownership levels and future investment plans. It will also provide detailed information regarding the Total Addressable Market (TAM), including the number of students/admin/staff, number of lecture rooms and admin rooms. Typical technology utilisation by room type will also be profiled.
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