We can help you with short-term work in the computing field, particularly when it fits with our research expertise. We have experience of
providing policy advice e.g. on local area networking for local authorities;
providing technology evaluation (of specification languages) for a large telco;
providing security consultancy.
If you want to talk to us in more detail about possible consultancy opportunities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org The university can also help companies access funding to work with academics.
Anna Jordanous from the school has recently consulted for Wingspan productions, a TV company, over a two part documentary about computational creativity and West End musicals. Here’s a link to their work.
Get help with your business from student consultants in the School of Computing via the KITC (Kent IT Consultancy). The KITC was founded in October 2004, and is run by IT consultants who are students at the University. Many of our consultants have completed industrial placements for major companies such as Intel, IBM and Microsoft, giving them significant experience in both business and technical roles. The relationships between the KITC consultants and their clients are managed by full time IT professionals and are closely mentored by staff members of the School of Computing.