School IT Blog

Understanding Your School Data Protection Policy

Mon 30 September, 2019

Making sure you’re up to code with your school data protection policy will keep you protected from breaches and safe from crisis.

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How to Protect Yourself from Malware

Wed 08 May, 2019

Malicious malware risks the safety of your data. This blog will walk you through some key malware prevention tips, so you can be comfortable in your security.

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Why You Should Move to the Cloud

Thu 28 February, 2019

As more schools plan to move towards the cloud in the next few years, this blog examines the benefits of cloud storage for education in terms of technology & student learning.

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Everything You Need To Know About Microsoft Licensing For Schools

Mon 09 October, 2017

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Foldr For Schools: The What, The How And The Why

Sun 27 August, 2017

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Steps To Help Prevent A Malware/ransomware Attack

Fri 11 August, 2017

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Do You Know The Ofsted School Website Requirements?

Fri 02 June, 2017

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Useful Tips To Speed Up Your Broadband

Mon 03 April, 2017

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Why Do You Need A School Computer Support Specialist?

Wed 08 March, 2017

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The Benefits Of School Broadband

Wed 23 November, 2016

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Benefits Of Using Technology In The Classroom

Wed 18 May, 2016

Even though technology plays a huge role in our day to day lives, some teachers are still reluctant to use technology in the classroom, often because they are worried that it will distract the students. However, technology when used well in the classroom can be a huge advantage to both teachers and students.

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Computing Not Having An Impact On Learning?

Mon 29 February, 2016

The new programmes of study for Primary Computing have been in place for over eighteen months. Sadly, some school are still not seeing the impact. This article looks at three main issues that schools are experiencing and give our solutions to help them move on..

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