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How to get the best result for my students with limited resources

As you may be aware from this article, I have picked up a temp block for next term as a teacher-librarian. As  I have been working through the process of planning and programming for the term across each stage from early stage one up to stage three, it has occurred to me that I don’t know that I will be able to achieve everything that I want to achieve with each stage group. 384 more words


BYOD – the Wacky Races?

Bring Your Own Device. What a lovely idea. And with the tools needed for work increasingly going online, it certainly looks like the future. On the surface, this concept democratises technology. 432 more words


Struggles Realities of Student-Driven Learning and BYOD


As our technological world rapidly evolves and our social and work place environment changes, it’s unacceptable that we don’t address the low income demographic for anything not just schooling. 284 more words


Emerging Trends in IT Support by Kevin Smith

BYOD – Personal Devices in the Workplace

While PC’s have dominated the workplace for years. A recent trend has caught my attention. I have noticed that many people now carry smartphone and tablets in the business environment. 613 more words


【要ログイン】Apple―IBM連合に対抗、Samsungと手を組んだ意外なパートナーの名前 [ #cbajp ]

Samsungはエンタープライズ市場での取り組みをさらに強化するために、数社の大手企業とモバイル関連の提携を結んだ。提携先には、独SAP、カナダのBlackBerry、米Centrify、米Good Technologyといったビッグネームが名を連ねている。Appleと同様、Samsungのモバイル端末も当初は一般消費者をターゲットにしていたが、私物端末の業務利用(BYOD)が盛んになってきたことで状況が変化した。



The Mobile Factor

If we can learn anything from 2014, it’s that mobile is a force to be reckoned with. Growing from 45% of the total digital time spent to 60% last year, mobile technologies such as smartphones and tablets are kicking the standard desktop to the curb. 162 more words

Application Development

Microsoft EMS - Intune - ADFS federation relying party trust secure hash algorithm

Hi, here’s Martin again with a short blogpost about the ADFS federation for Intune.

I was going through the Options of the ADFS Infrastructure after reading this very interesting Blog on TechNet from David Gregory: 180 more words