It’s amazing to me, how many times we still get asked about how secure Google for Education is. The idea that your data is unsafe when stored anywhere on Google’s servers with a secure password is completely wrong...Read More
"You may feel that Cloud Services are everywhere recently. Apple has iCloud on all its iPhones, iPads and Macs. Microsoft has those inspirational adverts on TV about the Microsoft Cloud and everyone with a gmail address has Google Drive and Docs (whether they know it or not).…"Read More
The new Apple Files app
The new Files app will allow users to access all of their device app documents, including those stored on cloud services such as Google Drive and Dropbox, as it acts as a unified location for browsing, managing, and sharing files.
The revised Dock…Read More
iOS 11 - Are You Ready?
iOS 11 now requires that all apps are compiled using the more modern 64bit code, this enables them to run faster and more efficiently on processor chips within newer devices. Previous iOS versions could run both the older 32bit and newer 64bit apps. In a nutshell it means that some older apps will no longer work if your devices are updated to iOS 11.
Halo Support offer a service where we do an audit of your devices and apps to alert you to the apps that will no longer work.Read More
Apple Classroom is an Apple app that enables teachers to manage a class of student iPads with the help of the following features:
Open Apps, Lock Apps that are open, Share links directly from Safari, Navigate to a web, Share documents, Mute an iPad, Lock an iPad, View the students’ iPad screens
A question we get asked a lot is “should we look at iPads or Chromebooks for use in our school?” While it seems like a valid one as lots of schools are interested in getting the best equipment for their money, in my opinion that question is kind of like asking should I buy a car or a boat?Read More