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How to choose the right device in education
The search for the right device for both yourself and your school, TAFE or university can be challenging. What type of device will I get? What do all the specs mean? Which device will best cater for my needs? The problem is, with the broad collection of Windows devices now available, and the vast price...
12 Aug 2013
Microsoft Bring Your Own Device in Schools whitepaper
There's been a lot said about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in schools, and plenty of commentary on blogs and the Twittersphere. It's a fast-moving subject, almost like 'building airplanes in the sky' – it sometimes feels like BYOD strategies and vision are being created as we go along. And the...
14 Aug 2012
Do you know how to measure your student recruitment efficiency?
ClickDimensions are a worldwide Microsoft partner, who offer a ‘ marketing automation ’ system for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM system which is used by a growing number of Australian universities. Let me slip in a bit of translation. ‘ Marketing Automation ’ in student recruitment terms basically means...
15 Mar 2012
Thinking about BI in Education? Want to know more about Business Intelligence programming in Microsoft SQL Server?
If you’d describe yourself as an ‘end user’ of data, then this isn’t for you. But if you’re the kind of person that is wondering how to bring your different sets of data together to get real insight into some aspect of your school/TAFE/university, then read on. Especially...
4 Aug 2011
A pile of Microsoft technical e-books now free for Kindle and iPad
One of the most-read blog posts from the last six months was “ Something for the weekend - free ebooks from Microsoft Press ”, listing 9 free e-books available in PDF format. The bonus news is that the Microsoft Press team have now made five of them available free in two additional formats...
3 Aug 2011
Need help using SharePoint in school?
SharePoint is pretty widely used in education, with schools, TAFEs and Universities all over Australia using it within their learning or administration processes. One of the things I've noticed is that it tends to be the IT team who get the 'Can I do this…' questions about SharePoint. And the answer...
21 Mar 2011
Something for the weekend - free eBooks from Microsoft Press
A colleague shared with me a list of other free ebooks from Microsoft Press, that you may find useful too. Many of them are quite technical, so they won't be for everybody. I bet there are some colleagues around you that would appreciate this list: Free ebook: Programming Windows Phone 7, by Charles...
10 Mar 2011
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