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When I first purchased my iPad Pro, I debated the merits of spending another $99 for the Apple Pencil. Ultimately the Apple fan within me won out and I sprung for the pencil. I quickly discovered the Apple Pencil to not only be a fun addition to the iPad, but when paired with the GoodNotes...
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Just like an action packed movie, the world of cyber security is filled with a cast of characters who battle one another in a fight of good versus evil. In this article, we breakdown the most common actors in the constant battle for cyber security: The Cyber Threats A) The Prankster: In it for the...
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Over the past few weeks, client’s have been asking why their inboxes have been inundated with emails from websites, some of which I haven’t visited in years, informing them of changes in their privacy policy. Why the sudden concern for privacy? Effective May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GPDR) came into full...
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Just as Xerox has become synonymous with the copier, SMART has risen to become the default word for interactive whiteboards. The majority of the schools we serve use interactive boards manufactured by SMART Technologies as well as their accompanying software suite, SMART Notebook.  However, one of our K-12 clients grew frustrated with the annual licensing...
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A few month’s ago I encountered a strange issue: a seemingly healthy MacBook Air refused to work when hooked up to a projector. After performing the usual troubleshooting steps, I decided to turn to the universal IT manual: Google. Within a few minutes I had my answer from an article posted on a website which...
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We recently published an article on how schools can migrate almost entirely to the cloud, many of our readers pointed out that several of the applications we showcased were available for free, through open source licensing, which got as thinking…. lets write on article on a hypothetical school which is entirely open source! After hours...
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With Apple announcing the next version of their operating system for laptops and desktops, macOS Mojave, one question remains, what is the fate of macOS server? For the past few years Apple has quietly been selling their own server software on the Mac App Store. However, just like the MacBook Air and the Time Capsule,...
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The cloud revolution has swept through the IT landscape over the past two years and the education market is no exception.  As a Managed IT provider for several K-12 school districts, our clients have widely adopted the cloud model over expensive and time intensive self hosted options. From teachers, to administrators, and IT support staff,...
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It once meant the puffy stuff in the sky. However, today, no other word has underdone such a drastic transformation in its usage than cloud. Amazon, Microsoft, and Google have all spent billions building their own clouds to sell, but exactly does it mean? In a nutshell the cloud is software and services which run...
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Apple has released a minor update for iPhone and iPad users.  iOS 11.4 includes a variety bug fixes and several new features including: AirPlay2: An update to Apple’s popular AirPlay feature which allows users to stream the content on their devices to compatible AppleTV and HomePods. HomePod Stereo Pairing: Allows users to setup a pair of...
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