Skipping out number 50 as that was only relevant internally, so on to #51, and continuing a theme from last time as we explain email from first principles. You'd be surprised how many people don't know this: ICT Tip 051 - Reply, Reply All & Forward.doc
Updated 1st October 2013 at 01:06 PM by sonofsanta
A bit of a delayed start to the term - it all goes mad in the first week or so - but time to get back up and running with IT Tips.
This week is an educational Public Service Announcement, because no-one seems to know that BCC exists: ICT Tip 049 - To, CC and BCC.doc
When it announces that it's going to restart in 15 minutes to complete windows updates. at 10:15. And it's the server that hosts the virtual server with SIMS installed.
I had thought I had prevented disaster using this guide: http://www.redmondpie.com/how-to-sto...rting-your-pc/
and then running gpupdate /force
However, this turned out to be a false hope, as a phone call from reception to tell me that SIMS
Not all data in Progresso is manually entered. What about all that information collected in the logs? I wanted to see if I could easily view who was logged on so I built this simple widget which looks at today's users and calculates how long they have been using the system. It's surprising what other data is stored, such as the IP address. This gave me the idea to try out the SSRS feature to launch an external URL. So if you click on the IP address a new window will
Updated 19th March 2014 at 05:54 AM by ProgressoGeek
Did you know that your MIS can help remind you of those really important dates? Why not add the "Todays Birthdays" widget to your dashboard and set the parameters just to look at your Form/Tutor/Registration group. Btw, the widget only looks forward 7 days and the highlighted row is the current day.
Does anybody knows on how to setup eportal to be viewed and accessible on the internet.
It was working before however when our eportal needs to upgrade according to my boss he said he just click upgrade. From then on everything wont accessible even in local. His friend help him and got back in business but only local access. Now he told me to make it accessible through the internet, but i dont have any idea. Please help.
So - I have just come back from my holiday in Italy (Sorrento). I thought I would blog about how technology helped my holiday, as without it, I don't know where I would have been!
So - my iHoliday started with online check-in, through the Expedia app on my iPhone - I booked the holiday through this company, and I was enlightened to hear an airport "Ding, Dong" noise the day before we ventured to Heathrow Terminal 4. This sound was alerting me to the fact that it was
Let me start by saying that I love regular analog marker whiteboards. They are great and my handwriting on them is much better than on paper. I love to have a room with two or three ten-foot marker boards to fill up for my lectures. There are a couple of downsides to this though: Rarely are there three 10' whiteboards in a lecture roomEventually you are forced to erase and start overThis is not a great venue for distance learning via a camera
On top of these three issues,
"Yes, we know Progresso can easily take registers, but we want a paper version because we've not given our teachers access yet." A good point made here, and Progresso's roll call maintenance feature makes quick work of bulk entry from the completed forms. Also, because this question came from a primary school, we added the option of an additional column to be included (such as Lunch choice).
Updated 19th March 2014 at 05:44 AM by ProgressoGeek
Sorry for the missed weeks - we launched a cashless catering system that has eaten all of my time.
We now find ourselves in the last week of term, when no-one can be bothered to do any learning, staff or students, so there didn't seem much point in sending out an IT tip. I thought I'd send something slightly different out instead: ICT Tip 057 - Strawberry & Cinnamon Torte.doc
(This is why we've skipped forward in the numbers, because I just sent this one out here. We'll go back to the missed