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Category: Technology

Take the hard work out of deployment

09/22/2016

The school holidays is looked forward to by so many, unless you work in IT and have to manage the large and often tedious tasks associated with the deployment of new devices that often occur over these holiday...

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3 Ways Teachers Can Use Technology To Improve The Classroom Experience

09/21/2016

Integrated into almost every aspect of our daily lives, technology affects the way we shop, socialise, connect, play, and most importantly, learn. Technological tools can play an enormous role in boosting students' capabilities, revolutionising the way they work...

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SaaS or on premises? The security challenge for healthcare applications

09/15/2016

The healthcare industry faces a difficult paradox when it comes to IT services. Healthcare has some of the most tightly governed restrictions on how information is managed, but it runs the risk of not delivering services effectively enough...

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Convertibles make health care IT flexible

09/15/2016

Computers have traditionally come in one of a few carefully defined forms. Desktop computers are systems that you go somewhere to use. Laptop computers are machines you can carry different places to use. Tablets are devices you can...

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Distance learning platforms for education

09/15/2016

Universities are increasingly offering entire degrees online in an effort to cater to a burgeoning crop of students who are learning by distance education. According to the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (INACOL), online education is continuing...

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Enabling K-12 information producers

09/15/2016

By today’s standards, the K-12 students of yesterday were mere consumers of information, albeit with some production thrown in. Now, K-12 students and their teachers expect students to be able to produce information as well as consume it,...

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No entry level stigma

09/15/2016

There’s something about that label. “Entry level” systems are seen as insufficiently powerful, marginally useful, and utterly degrading when placed on a professional’s office desktop. This characterisation might have been accurate years ago. But today, even entry-level systems...

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