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Opettajan tietoturvan tarve?

Tänä päivänä useat opettajat tuskailevat tietohallinnon kanssa, kun nämä ovat niin tarkkoja tietoturvasta.
Mitä se tietoturva oikein tarkoittaa ja miksi siitä ollaan niin tarkkoja?

Valtaosa opettajista kokee että heillä ei ole mitään salattavaa, eikä kukaan ole kiinnostunut heidän opetusmateriaalistaan tai oppilaiden tehtävistä. 653 more words


After Sony, What Companies Should Know and Consider...

This article and video was shared by Kaspersky via their Twitter feed.  It is a great reminder of the basic blocking and tackling that is being largely ignored by businesses throughout this company.  47 more words

Security News

The Terrifying Vast Ocean of BYOD Chaos!

The reasons why schools move to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) are all about creating better learning opportunities for students. At least, that’s how it would be in an ideal world! 641 more words


Bringing Wireless Back in to the Fold

I’m sitting in the airport in Barcelona just having had an amazing week of conversations ranging from potentially core-belief shattering to crazy ideas for puppet shows. 1,460 more words

IT Musings

Teaching with the Lonely Tablet

Recently I set out to design some information literacy lesson plans for a classroom scenario where the instructor has an iPad (and a way to project it) and students have a variety of their own devices–mostly laptops with a sprinkling of tablets. 2,229 more words

Omat laitteet kouluun?

“Oletteko tehneet koulussa mitään tietokoneilla?” “Ei me olla. Ei meillä ole tietokoneita.” Tokaluokkalainen mietti eilisillan keskustelussa syyksi sitä, että koululla ei ole rahaa ostaa tietokoneita. 432 more words


Predictions for 2015: ITSM Disruptors

By Dick Stark

BMC’s Anthony Orr, and Pink Elephant’s George Spalding, presented a webinar last week, Predictions for 2015: ITSM Disruptors.  Their presentation although interesting, was somewhat disjointed with most of the time spent on stories about new technologies such as wearables, like LG’s new GPS KrizON bracelet  for kids, devices and sensors, smart homes, intelligent projectors, and of course the mind numbing internet connections, now referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT). 428 more words