Four ways to keep your kids safer online

  With a significant number of young people using the internet compared to their adult counterparts, and over 80% of teens regularly using a cell phone, chances are your children are vulnerable to online dangers. Whether it’s your child joining the more than 50% that have experienced cyber bullying, or falling victim to malware attacks,…

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Minecraft: Education Edition early access is here! And it’s free.

One of the most common requests from educators is the ability for students to collaborate together to build projects and solve problems. With Minecraft: Education Edition, an entire classroom of up to 30 students can play in a world together without a separate server required.  Or, students can work together in pairs or groups simply…

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Live Twitter chat: Reinventing productivity for your business

Productivity is the buzzword on many people’s lips today. In our fast-paced world, the demand to get things done quicker and more efficiently has never been higher. And nowhere is this more relevant than in the start-up and SME space, where business owners need to be at their most productive to get operations up and…

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Four ways to stay connected with loved ones wherever you are

The word ‘cloud computing’ may sound like something from Star Wars, and only rocket-flying IT gurus can use it.  Well, without knowing it, you share your personal data on the cloud every day when you use social networks to communicate with your friends and family. Cloud computing is essentially the storage and accessing of data…

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How to keep up productivity when freelancing, with cloud computing

Jonah is a young freelance designer. In true millennial fashion, he’s dipping his toes into the ‘gig economy’ and has several projects on the go for various clients. Jonah doesn’t have an office, and instead chooses to work remotely, whether from his clients’ offices, from a café or from his kitchen table. Good time management…

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