What Is The Difference Between A Netbook, Notebook, Ultrabook, Laptop, & Palmtop?
What Is...every file format in the world - A through E | technologies
The History of Digital Storage [Infographic] | technologies
Free Technology for Teachers: Google Apps Ceasing Support for Internet Explorer 8
What is a browser? - YouTube
The Evolution of Technology and Education | technologies
Differences Between Capacitive & Resistive Touchscreens | technologies
Learn the Web's core | CoreDogs | technologies
How a Hard Drive Works in Slow Motion [Video]
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Learn To Type Really Fast With The Intelligent Touch Typing Tutor TIPP10 [Cross Platform] Learn To Type Really Fast With The Intelligent Touch Typing Tutor TIPP10 [Cross Platform] Keyboarding practice has little to do with music and more to do with learning how to type – fast. Even as I am writing this article, my eyes are flitting between the computer keys and the screen. It’s not a practice that’s recommended for hitting the accelerator if you want to speed up your typing.
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The Story of Send | technologies
The Problem About Being A Programer | MakeUseOf Geeky Fun
The Importance of DNS
Procuring efficient new information and communications technology systems The issue Efficient ICT systems support high performing institutions which are well-placed to compete nationally and internationally. Universities and colleges need to procure ICT systems to run every aspect of their business. Procuring efficient new information and communications technology systems
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Ofcom Maps - Broadband speeds map Ofcom Maps - Broadband speeds map Click on a region on the map to see more broadband information Rank Overall performance Each area has been ranked on how they score on four broadband metrics, on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 the highest or fastest, and 5 the lowest or slowest. The individual scores have been combined to provide an overall view of broadband in each area. Average broadband take up
Law, ICT and Independent Specialist Colleges (12/01/12)
Microsoft Virtual Academy - Free Microsoft Cloud Technologies Training | technologies
ICT Planning | technologies
It’s cooler in the cloud (Cross-posted on Gmail, Green and Enterprise blogs) Cloud computing is secure, simple, keeps you productive and saves you money. But the cloud can also save energy. A recent report by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) and Verdantix estimates that cloud computing has the potential to reduce global carbon emissions by millions of metric tons. It’s cooler in the cloud
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ICT Self Assessment booklet ICT Self Assessment booklet A few weeks ago, I stumbled across ICT Teaching & Learning Framework 2011, which was written by Matt Lovegrove and included contributions from Steve Greenfield, David Sheppard & Claire Waite. Here is the Framework which can be found on his blog. The beauty of this work was that it was licensed for sharing, remixing and adapting. This is exactly the type of thing we should all be doing in my opinion and I must sincerely thank those who wrote it for saving me a tremendous amount of time by not having to write my own. What I did do, however, was to create a self-assessment booklet that can be used in conjunction with the framework. I hate assessment, but this book allows the children to assess their learning at the end of the week.
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Good cop, bad cop? How to manage tech change in a BYOD and cloud world Good cop, bad cop? How to manage tech change in a BYOD and cloud world The rise of consumerisation and on-demand services means business relationship managers need to foster IT innovation, not stifle it. The realisation that enterprise IT had to manage relationships actively with the business - a hateful term - was one of the main IT organisational consensus points of the past decade. CIOs everywhere rushed to created CIO Mini-Me's - business relationship managers acting as the interface between business units and IT. I know - I was one for several years.
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File extension library with detailed explanation of each file type with links to free or associated software programs downloads
DNS Explained
December 1, 2011 Jin Concepts, Teaching&Learning Resources e-learning I came across the book chapter “Origins and concepts of digital literacy” written by David Bawden. I was thinking to make this concept even more visible. Here are 10 graphic forms of digital literacy. Digital literacy diagrams « Web n' Circle Digital literacy diagrams « Web n' Circle
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The Internet has expanded so quickly in just a couple of decades. This growth has also accompanied a tremendous uptick in technological advancement allowing Internet speeds to increase while server costs have dramatically fallen. I’m sure by now most of you have heard about hosting your files “within the cloud”. More advanced hosting companies have begun to offer cloud hosting solutions. But what does this really mean? (Image source: Fotolia) Cloud Hosting: How Does it Really Work? Cloud Hosting: How Does it Really Work?
Cloud Online Briefing Series (UK only) | technologies
Cloud Computing Checkpoints
ChemReference: Periodic Table and Chemistry Reference | technologies
Prepared for your impending move to the cloud?
llege saves £500,000 with virtual desktop project - 27 Feb 2012 Hopwood Hall College has made estimated cost savings of £500,000 with a virtual desktop deployment and managed print services solution from IT services firm Ricoh. The college, which employs 650 staff and serves 4,000 students, identified a need to replace its antiquated IT estate, including 10 year-old desktops, which in some cases took up to 30 minutes to process student log-ins. Simon Evans, director of technology and innovation at the college, drew up a plan to provide fast and simple access to all the information, applications and communication services that students needed to support their studies. llege saves £500,000 with virtual desktop project - 27 Feb 2012
Cloud Computing and the Law (19/01/12, Online) Cloud Computing and the Law (19/01/12, Online) Cut Costs not Corners: Improving Business Efficiency. Cloud computing introduces changes that necessitate a re-assessment of the legal risks. Doing things right first time and working together can save your organisation time and money. JISC RSC UK in conjunction with JISC Advance Services, bring you a short series of online events addressing the key theme of Cost Efficiencies. The session will help you to make confident, informed decisions about implementing cloud computing solutions at your institution. It will consider
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23 December 2011Last updated at 12:29 GMT Many developers are keen to get their hands on the bare bones Raspberry Pi computer. The eagerly anticipated Raspberry Pi home computer is about to go into production. The $25 (£16) machine is being created in the hope that it will inspire a new generation of technology whizz kids. The Pi uses an Arm chip similar to that found in mobile phones and is intended to run a version of the Linux open source operating system. Bare bones Raspberry Pi PC gets ready to launch
Excel isn't your only option if you need to evaluate values and your primary need is word processing. Use Word's formula feature to perform simple calculations. If you're not an Excel fan, but you need a few basic calculations, you can use Word. Add calculating rows and columns to a Word table
10 myths of BYOD in the enterprise The consumerization of IT is upon us -- dragging numerous misconceptions in its wake. See how some recent reports have debunked a few common myths about BYOD. With all the talk about the threat IT faces as the result of the ongoing consumerization of IT, this ought to surprise you: New data is out that shows the switch to consumerization is going more smoothly -- and a lot more quickly -- than most onlookers expected. Here are the top 10 myths of consumerization, debunked. Myth 1: Most big enterprises are pushing back
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