In exciting news, the National Online Safety team are delighted to have secured an exclusive partnership with Smoothwall – market leading developers of web filtering and monitoring solutions.
The collaboration will see two cutting edge organisations who are leading innovators in their field and passionate about online safety coming together to ensure the world is a safer place for children.
Smoothwall’s commitment to offer solutions which address the safety and well-being of students, deployment needs of IT and cost-efficiency needs of school leaders, fit naturally with our own values and very much in line with our own vision to be at the forefront of educational awareness of internet safety in the UK.
Working with Smoothwall will break new ground for us as we will now be able to offer our award-winning online safety training to Smoothwall’s clients, including their international customer base.
James Southworth, Managing Director at National Online Safety, provided comment on the strategic partnership:
“We are thrilled to announce the partnership with Smoothwall. Within the digital safeguarding arena, Smoothwall lead the way through their active innovation and passion for keeping children safe online through their filtering and monitoring solutions. We are aligned in our journey to make the online world a safer place for children, and are both innovators in our field. Working collaboratively with the team at Smoothwall will undoubtedly enhance their services for their customers, whilst widening the reach of our online safety training & resource solutions. We will also be working together on a variety of internet safety initiatives in the coming year so watch this space!”
“Smoothwall’s partnership with National Online Safety is a very natural fit for both companies. Their expert training resources combined with our market-leading technology solutions means we can educate and support not only school IT professionals but parents, teachers and students. It’s a unique mix of resources and a powerful and holistic approach to digital safeguarding.”
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