‘Google gets access to 4% of total visible sites on the Internet while the remaining 96% is said to be the Deep web also known as TOR, a place for hackers and people who do illegal activities’1
Think about the above quote for a second, when it’s sunk in, you’ll realise how much we can actually access the internet.
Now think about what could be in the ‘Deep web’. Would you like all your clients’ data to ‘get lost’ in there? No, neither would we.
Reasons like this are why the GDPR has been put in place. To keep everyone’s personal data safe. Including our own.
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How to describe the new Surface Studio from Microsoft;
Sophisticated, Elegant, Powerful, Revolutionary.
Let me take you through some of the features that make the Surface Studio such an incredible innovation. Microsoft claimed to ‘turn your desk into a studio’ – and boy did they deliver!
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Most of the time, when you’re thinking about purchasing new PCs for your school, you start by thinking which devices you like the sound of (whether that’s because they’re the ‘best’ new tech, or purely because they meet your school’s needs and fit within your budget). But really there should be a step which happens before that thought process begins. In order to truly get a device which helps you to get the most from your teachers and students, you must first understand which operating system (OS) will facilitate this.
Choose Windows for an OS that’s reliable, highly compatible with other devices, and provides enhanced security features.
Continue reading Is Windows the right fit for your learning environment?