@TheScarfedOne I've forgotten his name (so bad at names until I've met people 2 or 3 times! I'm the same with the students at work! thank goodness for the MIS photos!) but he was sat next to me on the Wednesday night in the hotel bar.
So anything from the secondary breakout??
Has anyone managed to get the power points from the day yet ?
Just so everyone is aware the slide decks are now available for you to download here: How many network managers, technicians and EduGeek members does it take
The URL Links have now been fixed.
Hope that helps,
It is probably because they go back to SkyDrive. I have downloaded the presentations for you to download below:
Office 365 for Education by Richard Green our Live@Edu Business Manager
EES and the new licensing scheme by Mark Reynolds our Business manager for the South and Bonami Meredith our Education and Channel Licencing Manager
Systems Centre Configuration Management (SCCM) from Richard Lane, Accounts Team Strategist in the Education team
IT Academy by Terry Killer
DreamSpark by Phil Cross
For further information please visit: How many network managers, technicians and EduGeek members does it take
I hope that helps,
witch (1st March 2011)
Yes, Apparently SWGfL have embraced live@edu but blocked SkyDrive - useful!
My apologies for the lateness of this, but here are some intersting bookmarks I had taken down.
1. Microsoft Small Basic. A great introduction into programming for pupils: Small Basic | Development for Beginners | MSDN
2. Kodu. An enty level visual language: Kodu - Microsoft Research
3. Codeplex. Microsoft open source code and project repository: CodePlex - Open Source Project Hosting
4. Microsoft Street Slide. A different and more intuative take on Google's Street View: Street Slide: Browsing Street Level Imagery
5. Microsoft Wave. The latest things and sneak peeks for all things Microsoft: Microsoft Wave
6. Office Labs. All the upcoming technologies and projects that will be included in future (or even current) versions of Microsoft Office: Microsoft Office Labs
Anyway, have a good dig around, there are a lot of fun and interesting things to see there.
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