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Consider data centre colocation as part of your schools' ICT strategy
With more schools becoming multi academy trusts, one of the well publicised economies of scale in this process lies with the schools’ IT infrastructure.
Simple cyber security guidance for staff at schools, colleges and universities
Earlier this year, the National Cyber Security Centre issued an alert to warn schools, colleges and universities, of an increased incidence of ransomware attacks against education organisations.
Cybersecurity, safeguarding and schools: What every school needs to know about threats online
In Beaming’s experience, the most secure organisations use technology where appropriate, supported with clear policies and extensive user education.
Maximising the impact of connected classrooms
Fibre ethernet and online learning technologies are transforming teaching and have the power to drive even more positive change in the way schools interact with pupils and their parents.
Educational technology in better connected schools
How can better connectivity, education technology and online learning resources contribute most positively?
Better Connected Schools Video Series
We speak to education technology experts including Matthew Glotzbach, former VP of product management at YouTube.
Report: Better Connected Schools
Get practical & cyber safety advice from teachers and tech companies pioneering the use of EdTech in schools by downloading our eBook.
Staying safe online - not just a school lesson
Learning how to keep yourself safe online is an essential part of education today. But as well as being taught in schools, good examples should be set in the wider world too.
School to Academy - the transition
Moving to academy status is not just a matter of changing the school website but could also be seen as an opportunity to look at how the school uses the internet and what the long term connectivity needs are going to be.
Should we teach an Internet Code for children?
Young people are curious and this is one of the great things about being young. By introducing an Internet Code for children, the education sector can provide students with tools to understand how to be safe online.
The Internet and Education
The internet and education increasingly seem to go hand-in-hand, and teaching through play is a method successfully used in primary schools.