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    Rural Advocate Visit   Cybermoor Story Rural Advocate Visit Cybermoor Story Presentation Transcript

    • RURAL ADVOCATE VISIT
    • INTRODUCTION Monday pm  Overview  How it works / How it benefits citizens  Managing rural broadband projects  Tuesday am  Impacts  Business case  National context 
    • WHY CYBERMOOR? UK’s 1st rural broadband co-operative  Founder member of Community Broadband  Network Strategic view of international broadband policy  across via work in EU / USA Day to day delivery of ICT services in England’s  sparsely populated Parish Cabinet Office sponsored Social Enterprise  Ambassador
    • AFTERNOON PROGRAMME Story of Cybermoor  2pm visit to:  Simon Garlick – homeworker  Educational pursuits centre  Potter  Practical issues running a rural broadband service 
    • ALSTON
    • 2001
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    • 2010 DISASTER RECOVERY Within a 2 hour drive of Alston  8 million people  15 cities  1000s of businesses  Target: Small to medium sized professional firms  Essential they have ready access to their  customer’s data Too small to have their own stand-by office 
    • PLAN Base the centre in Nenthead  Identify partner with market credibility  High speed broadband back-up of customers’ data  Database structured for remote customer login  Fitted out offices and meeting rooms for key personnel  Used as a training centre in normal times  Customers pay a small annual membership fee  Cost of actual use included within their ‘loss-of-business’  insurance