ICT Tip 044 - Work Email on Smartphones.doc
Y'all will have to do a bit of the work yourselves this week - I've stripped out all the settings specific to my domain and replaced with them [placeholders in squarebrackets]. Go through and fill out the details as appropriate to your network. We use Exchange here, so it may not be appropriate for your network, though I'd have thought most email services were capable of supporting smartphone email.
iPhone, Android and Windows Phone instructions
Our school has recently updated our old CMIS system to SIMS which is due to go live in September we are currently dual running both systems. My job between now and then is to re-develop the entire way in which the school collects and processes its assessment data, however I have no prior experience of using SIMS and only took up this position June last year!
Although I and other senior members of staff have had the basic assessment training through CAPITA we
So, At the end of my last blog entry I asked which agent is better: The Microsoft or the Parallels one? This isn't really very clear cut but lets try to answer the question.
So in the blue corner, we have the Microsoft native client. Its advantages are: Native SolutionOn the whole, easier to create and add applications to the ConfigMgr consoleA Client side GUI
Disadvantages are: Treats the Macs as mobile clients so therefore requires
Updated 15th May 2013 at 12:41 PM by Norphy
I actually started writing this just after I finished my last blog entry. However, a nasty bout of the flu and other things have got in my way since then and I just hadn't gotten around to finishing this post. Well, no more! Introduction
In Part One of this blog, I talked about the new Mac client for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 (God, that's a mouthful!). I talked about my impressions of it and how well it's been working so far. I also mentioned that
Back in time for an older tip, not that it matters to anyone but me. There's a chunk of school-specific tips from 42-44 so in an attempt to maintain my buffer, I've gone back and pulled out an ever-relevant tip I wrote when we changed email provider and started to suffer an onslaught of spam. ICT Tip 018 - Avoiding Scam E-mails.doc
It's a bit longer at 4 pages, but some people require a comprehensive dismantling of their naÔvety.
Posting here as Edugeek is well indexed by Google and this might be of help to someone with a boiler problem.
The fan of a Worcester 24i combi boiler intermittently cuts out. This causes the fail-safe to trigger and the boiler to shut down, and the water runs cold. The fan may restart, the boiler might re-ignite, but cuts out again and the fail-safe shuts down the boiler.
Plumber says the best case scenario is a new control board (£150), worst case
Updated 11th May 2013 at 10:43 PM by jinnantonnixx
I have been really lax with this, sorry. Missed last week and late this week. Can you tell that I've hit the traditional pre-Summer ramping up of work?
#40 gets skipped out as it was only relevant internally, so on to #41 - a simple one that you and I couldn't live without, yet remains a mystery to most: ICT Tip 041 - Using Tab to move between input fields.doc
Nevermore will you struggle to bite your tongue as a user types out their username, then reaches for the mouse, overshoots the password box,
So, continuing on from Part 1, where we set up a PHP server on Server 2012, lets get into MySQL.
You don't need to do this bit if you don't need the database functionality. There's still plenty you can teach with PHP alone, and that's what we're planning to do with Key Stage 4 anyway. Our Key Stage 5 do want to make use of databases though, so here we go... Installing MySQL
Open up the Web Platform Installer that we downloaded last time round and search for MySQL.
Updated 9th May 2013 at 11:29 AM by sonofsanta
So, back at the end of January, I got the opportunity to sit down with a number of the key people behind SIMS, namely Jon Wood, Graham Cooper, Ben Jones and Phil Neal.
Above - Phil Neal (MD); Graham Cooper (Head of Product Strategy)
This follows my article on SLG; and the hints at what was to become the Spring 2013 SIMS.net release.
It was refreshing to get to speak so candidly with the
This is going to get lengthy. In the interests of keeping it under control, I'm going to assume you know what you're doing to a certain extent.
With all the curriculum changes in ICT/Computer Science, our head of ICT wants to start teaching more PHP, which sounds like a grand plan to me (that's where my degree is, so of course I know that PHP is the best of all scripting languages).
I have no real experience in setting up Linux servers for the usual LAMP paradigm, so