Moving to the Cloud

Data Storage – Transitioning to the Cloud by Alan Toogood

Or why users put data where they do. I’m going to start this time with a caveat: what follows is a discussion piece about an emotive and complex area, with a lot of similar ... Read More

Google Announcements – BETT 2018 by Michael Oakes

At BETT 2018 Google announced two exciting bits of news. The first part applies to all G Suite for Education customers, the second is a preview announcement of something ... Read More

Transforming learning with Microsoft at Manor High by Imogen Naylor-Higgs

Manor High School is a highly successful comprehensive secondary school in Oadby, Leicester, offering a happy and supportive learning environment for over 900 students. ... Read More

Being an ISP and dealing with the increasing digital demands of schools… by Andy Lowe

A school's broadband connection is well and truly embedded into the everyday running of an establishment as well as providing them with a platform to deliver educational ... Read More

The progression of technology: Open blue water by Ian Hart

Pats on the back all round, we’ve dealt with the risk and now we are at the mouth of the river looking at a huge expanse of water, the ocean. At the moment it is a nice ... Read More

Make Identity Management Easier by Mark House

We’ve been talking for ages about how well RM Unify and RM Integris integrate to help our customers save time and money. But it is now even truer than ever ... Read More

The progression of technology: Navigating the rapids by Ian Hart

All our schools and businesses are now reaching the rapids. It’s the same water as the trickle they discovered all those years ago, so should be fine right? Anyone who has ... Read More

The progression of technology: The source of the Nile by Ian hart

I am going to use random analogies and parallels to convince you that the progression of technology is much like a river. There are rapids to navigate, waterfalls to ... Read More

How to improve productivity using Microsoft Teams by Steve Forbes

Last year the BBC released findings which found that most full-time teachers work an average of 48.2 hours per work, but one in five works 60 hours or more – 12 hours above ... Read More

Migrating from Easymail to Office 365 or G Suite for Education by Brian Fahy

If your school has recently migrated from Easymail to either Office 365 Outlook or Gmail from G Suite then you will now have access to a host of new resources and ... Read More

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