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  • Smart working for the public good: avoiding the butterfly effect

    September 29, 2016

    Government often seems big, impersonal and resistant to change. But sometimes the smallest actions of individuals can change the course of government, and even the course of history. We’ve had a reminder of this recently in the UK, with a… Read more

  • Security at the electronic frontier

    June 23, 2016

    As technology has evolved, managing documents remotely has become easier and popular. Any member of a team can access all their team’s documents instantly, whether they are seated across the other side of the office or 200 miles away. In… Read more

  • Driving Digital Education

    May 31, 2016

    We’ve seen the digital era begin to permeate industries of all kinds. Now many educational institutions are waking up to new opportunities that enhance learning, by embracing innovative technologies. With this in mind, what are some of the key growth… Read more

  • Cloud in Education

    May 3, 2016

    Sky high technology Most teachers will tell you they’ve always had a problem with pupils having their head in the clouds. Today, however, looking skyward has become positive thanks to the latest developments in cloud technology. The omnipresent data cloud… Read more

  • Annodata 3D Printing

    Putting 3D printing on the curriculum for 2016

    December 17, 2015

    No other technology released over the last few decades has posed such a revolutionary potential when it comes to industries such as manufacturing and research and development than 3D printing. Put simply, 3D printing’s impact is so significant that, as… Read more