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    by Published on 29th January 2013 05:07 PM
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    We have just launched the EduGeek App for those of you on mobiles.
    iOS: Get it from http://edugeek.me/to/iosapp
    Android: Get it from http://edugeek.me/to/droidapp
    Kindle: Get it from http://edugeek.me/to/kindleapp

    The app is based on Tapatalk and supports push notifications for new replies, pm's and more.
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    by Published on 18th January 2013 01:35 PM
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    Wow, and we really do mean WOW! EduGeek now has over 100,000 threads gracing its myriad of forums, and this is a really major milestone for a community like ours in that the rate of thread creation is increasing, as is the membership levels far faster than we had predicted.
    So we'd like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who has either started a thread or posted in one. ...
    by Published on 25th December 2012 02:08 PM

    YAY! Another year over and now it’s time for all of you lovely ‘geekers to kick back and relax over the Christmas holidays in whatever way works best for you.
    And what a year it’s been for many. You've seen the ever increasing roll out of managed wireless networks running hand-in-hand with BYOD schemes and Windows 7 finally arriving to many of your networks. Just in time for Windows 8 to arrive on the scene. Not to mention the appearance of Macs, iPads and other table devices in ever larger numbers. As if you didn't have enough to do! ...
    by Published on 6th December 2012 04:55 PM

    Our Server 2012 forum sponsors PaperCut are proud to let all of you 'Geekers in on a little secret. They seem to have ordered a few too many Raspberry Pi boards and want to let you have some, but in the true spirit of the EduGeek community, they want to make you earn them. All you have to do to enter is to read their overview below ...
    by Published on 2nd November 2012 03:52 PM   

    With the every changing world of technology and education we all understand that nothing stands still. With more and more schools becoming Academies, buying a variety of services from a plethora of providers and having direct control of the funds to buy these, schools are generally more discerning about their presence on the World Wide Web. The bold choice to take control of the school's presence can be beneficial for a number of reasons. This change of stance can result in websites which engage with parents and learners, improve communication between home and school and provide better marketing with the local community and national groups ...
    by Published on 11th October 2012 12:30 AM
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    Keeping a constant eye on large networks is hard work, and it is often the case that you never get to find out about problems until after they have struck, which can sometimes make you look a bit foolish, especially when it is an obscure piece of networking equipment or long ignored device that decides to go ‘pop’ at a critical time. ...
    by Published on 29th August 2012 11:01 AM

    This is my latest article based on Scott McLeod’s 26 Internet Safety Talking Points.

    Over the next few weeks I am looking at each point to tease apart the ideals behind them, to try to see both sides of the discussion and to share examples about who others have work on the issues. A lot of this will be from a UK-centric position but hopefully it will provide some insight into the similarities and differences with our friends in other countries.

    Today’s point is about Decision Making ...

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