Category: BYOD

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Google SSL Search

For those that aren’t aware, Google made an announcement earlier this month that seemed to go unnoticed for a little while – an announcement which has fairly serious repercussions for those involved in content filtering and monitoring.  Google have announced that from some point in December, all Google searches will...

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If you were considering a wireless solution – what would you consider?

If you were considering a wireless solution – what would you consider? — Chris McDonald (@chrismcd53) December 19, 2013 I can’t possibly answer that question in tweets, so I thought I’d scribble my response here.  Hopefully Chris will find it useful, and others may stumble across it too. Firstly why...

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Ruckus Wifi Security Certificate

Security has always been one of my high priorities – security of data, connection and people.  So when we installed our managed wireless system a couple of years ago, I wanted to make sure the system was as secure as possible, and made users feel secure too.  One of the...

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iOS Pac File

After presenting a business plan to our Principal, I have been able to procure an iPad mini for each of my team.  I believe that if we are all connected (via email, to our helpdesk, wiki and google drive) jobs will get completed sooner, can be handed between techs more...

iPad Mini vs. Google Nexus 7 3

10 Minute Review: Apple iPad Mini vs. Google Nexus 7

I’ve been lucky enough this afternoon to have hold of an iPad Mini, and a Nexus 7 next to each other.  However, I’ve only had them for half an hour, so this comparison will be brief. Both devices out of the box have a fairly simple method of getting them...

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BYOD: Rules of Use

11 million takeover day is a scheme designed by the children’s commissioner and has run successfully at my school for the last three years. The idea is that children and young people get the chance to work with adults for the day, and be involved in the decision making process....