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  • Blog Post: Empowering future generations with technology

    Today we celebrate the 25 th Anniversary of the World Wide Web and to coincide with this, Code.org is launching a campaign to bring the joy of coding to every student and every classroom in the UK. Technology changes everything. If you look back over the past 25 years the pace of change has never...
  • Blog Post: Taking on the cyber skills gap with Cyber Security Challenge UK

    The cyber security skills gap facing the UK is so severe that it could take as long as 20 years to correct – and could cost the country as much £27 billion each year in the meantime, according to a recent National Audit Office report. UK business are keen to address that problem by supporting...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Surface for Education Offer

    Surface RT is an incredibly useful tool for teaching and learning. The feedback we have had from students and educators regarding the device has been incredibly positive so far. With great battery life, Microsoft Office Home and Student RT and over 20K education focused apps in the Microsoft store...
  • Blog Post: Leading ISV Uses Public Cloud to Deliver Collaboration Software to Schools and Hospitals

    Independent software vendor (ISV) igroup wanted to migrate its collaboration platform based on Microsoft SharePoint to the public cloud to deliver a more responsive and agile service. igroup is using Windows Azure Virtual Machines for its customised services to schools, healthcare, and other public sector...
  • Blog Post: Huge inspiration at NextGenSkills – Birmingham

    Following our fantastic digital skills event in Glasgow, we attended #NextGenSkills Birmingham Re-worked yesterday at Millennium Point, Birmingham. Working with Birmingham City Council and Digital Birmingham , the aim of this event was to invest in Birmingham’s younger generation to create a...
  • Blog Post: What happens at the end of the Office 365 for education trial?

    Originally posted on the UK Education Cloud Blog. We thought this post might be of interest to a wider public sector audience... It’s less than 48 hours since Office 365 for education launched around the world but already I’m building up a nice list of frequently asked questions, first...
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