Tag Archives: Cloud Computing

“Office 365 for Education leapfrogs Google Apps for Education”

If you haven’t checked out the productivity suite offerings available in “the cloud” then it may be time to do so. The latest announcements from Microsoft re Office 365 suggests that the transition to the clouds is moving apace. As … Continue reading

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A New Presentation? Search Me

The start of this week I was fortunate to be able to attend two of my favorite and most longstanding conferences, STAVCON and VITTA. I’ve been attending the STAVCON, the Science Teacher’s of Victoria Conference for more than 13 years … Continue reading

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Google: In 3 years desktops will be irrelevant

If you want further evidence of where Google sees the future of computing then this report on a recent presentation by Google European boss makes for interesting reading. Equally interesting reading later in the article is the discussion of a … Continue reading

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When Google Runs Your Life – Forbes.com

Forbes Magazine has this rather fascinating look at how Google is morphing the metaphor of search into all matter of tools that despite having great attraction in the concentration of features under a universal umbrella also has the potential to … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing in Education: My Diigo Links 12/04/2009

Learning and Leading – December 2009/January 2010 – Page 18-19 This article from Doug Johnson in the ISTE Learning and Leading Journal is a great summary of why schools should be seriously considering cloud computing. The article is also downloadable. … Continue reading

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Heads in the Cloud | anseo.net

Simon Lewis is a great Irish educator and this very practical post explores how he is using Google Docs across his school. I particularly like the way he uses the tools to meet real needs by fashioning them in very … Continue reading

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