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What Uber, Comms Hero and HouseParty tell us about the future of the conference...

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2pm 11th June: London grinds to a halt.

Cab drivers have downed tools for an hour. 729 more words


Housing 2014 - A Short & Tweet Review

The Story

Powerlifter, strength coach, and all-round strong guy Dave Tate has stated he has two speeds: blast and dust. For a period of time you are operating at 100%, taking on and completing multiple projects at a furious pace before a period of… 1,782 more words

Housing Policy & Politics

Win some, lose some

Those of you following the CIH Rising Stars competition will have seen that last Monday one of the other finalists was crowned the winner (here we are just before the announcement was made). 731 more words

HouseParty14 – innovate or stagnate?

Should #ukhousing or other sectors prioritise and push innovation or risk stagnating as a sector?

This is the question that sprung to mind when thinking about… 817 more words


Microsoft Office Software for BYOD Devices

Can we supply Microsoft Office with BYOD Devices?

The product recommended for BYOD devices is Microsoft Office 365.  This is a cloud-based package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive) that normally sells for NZ$165 per annum.   201 more words


BYOD Equity Scheme - Family Participation

How do families register for the BYOD programme?

Families must register using our online registration form on our Computers in Home website.  We acknowledge that some families might not have internet access in their homes and recommend that schools organise family briefings where they can register using school computers. 102 more words


BYOD Equity Scheme - School Registration

Which schools can participate in the Trust’s BYOD Equity pilot?

The pilot programme is restricted to one class group in up to 6 schools participating in a Computers in Home programme (25-30 students).   39 more words