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E-safety

The new wave of secure printing tech: protecting your data

BYOD poses risks for data protection. Here's how to keep data safe with multi-use printers

Primary

SIP Trunking could save you thousands on telephone costs

Modern-day telephony and broadband technologies are saving schools thousands of pounds

Higher education

How can ransomware and the WannaCry virus hurt HE?

Mark Lomas of Digital Marketplace Probrand talks ransomware defences, and essential processes ...

People

Women in technology: Natalia Filipiak

Sophie Beyer asks women in tech: What advice do they have for girls who are considering their ...

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Stella James

The Founder of Gooseberry Planet talks keeping children safe when using the latest edtech

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Simon Pridham

The Education Director of Aspire 2Be and former headteacher talks keeping children safe whilst...

E-safety

Edtech: Keeping children safe

How do we keep children safe using the latest edtech and what do teachers need to know?

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Mark Bentley

Mark Bentley, from London Grid for Learning Safeguarding Board talks keeping children safe whi...

People

Women in Tech: Kerry Botha

Principal Geologist at Statoil, Kerry Botha, discusses her career as a woman in the tech indus...

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Laura M Knight

The Director of Digital Learning at Berkhamsted School discusses how to keep children safe onl...

People

Women in Tech: Ha Cole

Chief Technological Officer for Education at Microsoft, Ha Cole, talks her career as a woman i...

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Henry Seddon

The VP EMEA at Duo Security talks keeping kids safe when using the latest edtech

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Graeme Lawrie & Sarah Williamson

The Director of Innovation and Outreach and Director of Information Systems at Sevenoaks Schoo...

People

How to fit professional development into your schedule

If you're keen to boost your career prospects but you're stuck as to how you're going to fit i...

E-safety

E-safety in schools: Al Kingsley

Group Managing Director of NetSupport Ltd, Al Kingsley, talks keeping pupils safe online

Primary

Step into STEM

Ha Cole, CTO for Education at Microsoft, tells us about STEM, and why we should be inspiring m...

People

Why women are poised to turn education on its head

With women underrepresented in top education positions, Cosector UoL's Daniel Boonstra thinks ...

Secondary

IT harmonisation - what does it mean for a MAT?

Steve Smith, Education Director at Capita Managed IT Solutions, looks at how harmonisation app...

Product news

Getting the best out of Apple mobility in your classroom

Apple's Classroom app 2.0 enables teachers to build more collaborative lessons

Higher education

The new approach to learning and development

Nearly half of businesses are not making the most of the education technology available, new d...

Product news

Parental engagement: A task for teachers?

Parents need to be kept in the loop about their children's progress, but how can teachers find...

Higher education

#WannaCry attack, a cyber-security lesson for HE

Going hand in hand with user vigilance is the need to ensure that infrastructure and user guid...

Higher education

Learning analytics, organising the organisation

Collected data helps to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organisations, helping to...

Secondary

How technology will shape the future of education

Technology has previously been seen as a disruptive influence in the classroom, but this perce...

Higher education

Data protection is changing and HE must be prepared

Kerry Beynon, partner at Acuity Legal and data protection expert, shares her expert tips ahea...

Higher education

How online tech can encourage global engagement in UK HE

Online learning allows academics to share knowledge without geographical barriers holding them...

Secondary

Girls & STEM: How apps can narrow the gender gap

Raul Gutierrez, founder of children's app creator Tinybop, discusses the importance of inclusi...

Higher education

Education strikes back with data backup and recovery

The recent Wanna Cry ransomware attack left the education sector reeling. Protecting data agai...

Secondary

Why connectivity is key for education and the economy

Lee Wade, CEO at Exponential-e, explains why schools should future-proof their network infrast...

Higher education

On the high seas of HE, don't be held to ransom

Universities are ripe targets for cybercriminals, says Robert Stoneman, education analyst at G...

Primary

How to get pupils back on track with virtual learning

Yasmin Celik, from Chaucer School, explains how every pupil is given the chance to succeed ac...

Higher education

Preventing a cyber attack on campuses

An event similar to the recent NHS attack could bring a university campus to its knees, says G...

People

D-Tech International is Awarded CHAS Accreditation

Leading library security systems provider, D-Tech International, is delighted to announce it h...

Higher education

Universities, the cloud, and student engagement

Matthew Mannion at the University of Warwick talks managing systems and how the cloud can aid ...

E-safety

Students and Pornography: Having the Right Conversation

Therapist Catherine Knibbs gives her three golden rules for ensuring an effective dialogue on ...

Higher education

How can the WannaCry virus hurt HE?

Probrand's Mark Lomas outlines the key steps a higher education organisation can take to prepa...

Business

Dire straits for edtech

Professor Christina Preston of Naace and MirandaNet voices her concerns about the future of te...

E-safety

What are geofences and how do they protect children?

Despite the increasing popularity of mobile devices there is still concern about how we protec...

International

What did I learn at ASU GSV Summit 2017?

The Edtech Podcast's Sophie Bailey talks to ET about her experiences at the international edte...

International

How translation software can help schools

Schools up and down the country are dependent on the children themselves to communicate with t...