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  • Blog Post: 10 Ways to Work More Securely

    What's the biggest risk to your IT system security? Probably your users! For all of the efforts that you make, it only takes one user to do something really dumb inappropriate, and suddenly you're back to firefighting. And how many times have you had to remind your users about some of the things in this...
  • Blog Post: 150 applications and 2,000 workstations. And only 24 hours in a day.

    Around 80 IT Managers of colleges and universities attended last year's IT Forum - a conference dedicated to looking at how Microsoft technologies can be implemented to support business critical IT services. One of the technologies that most grabbed people's attention was the SoftGrid applications, which...
  • Blog Post: Basic Digital Literacy Skills for Staff and Students

    If you or any of your staff - or even friends and family - need help getting started with computers then you might find the Digital Literacy Curriculum will be useful for you. It is free of charge and has 5 modules, available in 12 langauges. When completed. you can choose to take a test and print a...
  • Blog Post: Do you need VPN access into a Windows Vista PC?

    This may not seem all that interesting at face value but there are a LOT of people in education who have workstations that use public IP's. There is a secure way to connect to your machine remotely, for example if you need to access a set of files that you only want to store on your machine, or you need...
  • Blog Post: London FE Regional Support Centre's SharePoint day

    The London RSC have just published the notes from their London Windows Admins group meeting in mid-March, when they spent the day talking about SharePoint. There are some interesting points in the notes from the day, as those who had implemented SharePoint talked about their experiences, and very importantly...
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