Both Local Authorities that make up the CLEO Regional Broadband Consortium have implemented these services to address the requirement for increased flexibility for schools as identified in the DfES “Harnessing Technology Strategy 2005” to deliver the curriculum and support teachers, pupils and parents.
The CLEO Web Gateway, CLEO Remote folder and CLEO Remote Desktop are primarily targeted at use for curriculum purposes. Many schools across Cumbria and Lancashire use commercial organisations to provide the school with ICT support. CLEO will allow ICT support companies access via CLEO remote access services providing that applications are submitted by the school. The school will however be required to take all responsibility for the company’s use of the service and any breach of the terms & conditions of use will be deemed to be a breach by the school. CLEO reserves the right to disable access, limit access and or monitor access by all 3rd party companies and organisations at any time and without prior notice. Schools and their contractors should note that CLEO cannot provide support or training (other than documentation required to set up the specific features of a CLEO remote access service in school) to school’s contractors and that all remote access requests; support calls or fault reporting must be carried out by the school.