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  • Blog Post: Building School Networks for the Future - Deployment of Microsoft Windows 7

    Following on from Stuart Wilkie’  installment of Building School Networks for the Future with System Centre and Hyper-V , this is the third piece in the jigsaw from Marine Academy, Plymouth   looking at how Stuart and his team went about deploying Windows 7 across the site and the decisions...
  • Blog Post: Building School Networks for the Future – Server Infrastructure ‘’System for the Future’’

      Back in January I posted the first in this series of blogs,  Building School Networks for the Future - with System Centre and Hyper-V from Stuart Wilkie, IT Manager at Marine Academy Plymouth. Outlining where Stuart started from, this second blog post in which Stuart has contributed, looks...
  • Blog Post: Building School Networks for the Future - with System Centre and Hyper-V

    One of our (many) friends over at EduGeek has recently done some work with Marine Academy Plymouth taking over their systems in May 2011. We have now a series which charts the process of systems modernisation from analysis, to planning, then implementation before finally evaluation. This first article...
  • Blog Post: How many network managers, technicians and EduGeek members does it take…

    … to have have an informative and interesting day at Microsoft Campus, Thames Valley Park – with cake included? Yesterday Microsoft and EduGeek organised a day at the Microsoft Campus in Thames Valley Park for approximately 50 ICT staff, network managers and EduGeek to look at areas covering: Office...
  • Blog Post: EduGeek ICT webinar, Wednesday 26th January 2011

    EduGeek and Microsoft will be hosting a live webinar presenting on how to cut your schools spend using ICT solutions. If you have time and would like to understand more, you can register your attendance here
  • Blog Post: Edugeek marks an anniversary

    I've noticed that the team at Edugeek have been having fun with their website logo. Today there are two different logos in use at the top of their site. One is for Children in Need. The other is to celebrate a 25th anniversary. [ Hint ] You can follow the discussion on the Edugeek website (and if you...
  • Blog Post: Fun with Pictures

    Remember “ Fun with Statistics ”, the blog post where I noted that prisoners are given 8.5m 2 of cell space whilst school pupils are given 4m 2 of teaching space? Seems I’m not the only one who’s noticed disparities. I was catching up with the EduGeek forums today, and came across this marvellous post...
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