On the 22nd of September 2021, Microsoft hosted an online event where they showed off their all-new hardware. One of those new devices was the new Surface Laptop Studio. Some love the design, some hate it, but I try to explain it.
The pen is mightier than the keyboard, and why choosing the right device matters
In 2014, researchers by the name of Mueller and Oppenheimer released a paper in the journal of Psychological Science title 'The pen is mightier than the keyboard: Advantages of longhand over laptop note taking'. In this paper, the authors suggest that extended research into memory and cognitive learning processes of students strongly indicated that the... Continue Reading →
Technology in the classroom beyond the Digital Education Revolution (DER)
The Digital Education Revolution (DER) was an initiative announced by the Labor government during their 2007 election campaign, whereby federal funding would be made available to schools, for the provision of computer devices, audio video systems, and supporting infrastructure. The aim of the program, was to invest in Australia’s future digital economy, by ensuring that... Continue Reading →
Targeting Devices for software and licensing, based on Security Groups
In almost all Active Directory (AD) environments, access to resources will be managed via security groups, and group emails handled by distribution groups. While it is also possible to add devices to security groups, and use these to perform some pretty useful functions, it’s mostly all about the users. Managing Active Directory on-premises is an... Continue Reading →
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