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Windows 8 in Education: How to deploy Windows 8 in education
This is part five of a set of articles on Windows 8 deployment in education. To start at the beginning, take a look at “ Windows 8 in Education: Deployment Planning Guide ”, then “ Windows 8 in Education: Windows Store apps and deployment ”, followed by “ Windows 8 in Education...
29 Sep 2013
Windows 8 in Education: Deployment Guide for BYOD in Education
This is part four of a set of articles on Windows 8 deployment in education. To start at the beginning, take a look at “ Windows 8 in Education: Deployment Planning Guide ”, then “ Windows 8 in Education: Windows Store apps and deployment ” and finally “ Windows 8 in Education: setting up Virtual...
18 Sep 2013
Windows 8 in Education: setting up Virtual Desktop Infrastructure in education
This is part three of a set of articles on Windows 8 deployment in education. To start at the beginning, take a look at “ Windows 8 in Education: Deployment Planning Guide ” and “ Windows 8 in Education: Windows Store apps and deployment ”. One of the challenges for educational institutions is...
15 Sep 2013
When does Windows XP support end? Less than a year
If you've got any computers running Windows XP around your school, TAFE or university, then you've got less than a year to do something serious about it. Windows XP is more than 12 years old now, as it was launched in 2001 - and like all good things, it's coming to an end. In less than a year in fact...
16 Apr 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
Achieving Accessibility in SharePoint 2010
Vision Australia have just released an excellent detailed report about their experiences delivering an accessible implementation of SharePoint 2010, and including an assessment of SharePoint 2010’s conformance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. As they say in their introduction: Accessibility...
28 Feb 2012
Do you need a new job title in ‘the Cloud’?
Amidst all the noise and fervour associated with the Cloud in education one question I have not, till now, seen properly addressed is what does the Cloud mean for the skills and responsibilities of IT professionals? The team over at Microsoft Learning have just addressed this with a white paper...
25 Oct 2011
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