My passion for investing and venture capitalism sparked my interests in Sugru, and I don’t regret this one bit. Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh developed Sugru in Ireland, a student of product design. She came up with the idea in 2003 when she was studying her post-graduate studies at the Royal College of Art. It is mouldable … Continue reading Fix it yourself with Sugru
Not many schools in today's world take cybersecurity seriously.Over the last couple of years, we faced some significant security breaches in our school, one instance where our school information system got hacked with the strut vulnerability, and another case was when we had a lot of email accounts hacked as a result of being phished. After … Continue reading The cyber security plan every school needs
What Is IOT (Internet of Things)? We're getting really, really good at making small computers. While phones are an obvious example of this (your phone is much more powerful than a full sized computer from even twenty years ago), there are a lot of other places where we've started to stick small computers. All of … Continue reading Introducing Coding to Students & Teachers with Light Blue Bean
I always wondered how effectively we could utilize Cloud computing services like AWS, AZURE, and Google Cloud in an educational setting beside using it for offloading our IT Datacenter. Not long after that I was chatting with our IB Computer science teacher and learned of her challenges with implementing an Integrated Code Editor / IDE … Continue reading AWS Educate for the modern day Computer Science classroom
It’s no secret that the legacy IT infrastructure is at risk of failure, threatened by the growing demands of future enterprise applications and the nature of modern business. Having separate storage networks and servers results in the creation of silos which prove to be a barrier to the evolution of the infrastructure and add complexity … Continue reading Why Schools Should Move to a Hyper-converged Infrastructure
I have been trying to convince the School to move away from our overpriced Website hosting provider and moving to a more dynamic, modern website with WordPress and in the process save us at least 20000$ annually. Coincidently our Schools 30th anniversary was just around the corner, and our communications dept was in agreement about … Continue reading Thinking about revamping your school website?