From the magazine; OK computer!

14th December 2018

School’s manage an abundance of data; it’s used to teach, capture progress, provide a financial overview, improve efficiencies…the list goes on. As management information systems improve, independent IT adviser Royden Gothelf says artificial intelligence will [read more]

How to detect a cyber-attack early to minimise damage

14th November 2018

The recent wave of ransomware attacks might give the impression that cyber-criminals want their pay-off immediately says Benjamin Hosack, chief commercial officer of cyber-security firm Foregenix. However, he points out that they often exploit security [read more]

From the magazine; A stitch in time

13th November 2018

An audit verifies that the systems and applications you have in place are appropriate, efficient and adequately controlled to ensure a reliable, efficient and secure service. What do you need to know when it comes [read more]

The gamification of education

17th September 2018

‘Gamification’ integrates elements of game mechanics – for example, point scoring – with non-game areas of activity, typically to motivate participation and encourage engagement. Its place in the classroom is long established; however, technology is [read more]

Flipped Learning; turning learning on its head

4th September 2018

Flipped learning – at its most basic level – means that students are encouraged to take ownership of their educational experience. Technology allows teachers to introduce a subject and students then interact with it in [read more]

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