Monthly Archives: September 2010

IP Phones and VOIP

We are about to embark on a VOIP System, since we have run out of available expansion on our existing PABX system. It seems sensible to continue with our existing   phone company who operates along the Sunshine Coast and so  … Continue reading

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Shifting to a Mac from Windows. (From a Teachers Perspective)

The following had been written by a Teacher for Teachers. I requested Bret to write plainly because I feel strongly that I was the primary and only drive towards introducing Apple Mac into our school and I wished to offer … Continue reading

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2nd Mac Training Session – 16th September 2010

Introduction The session was perhaps better than the first with a wider spectrum of users.  (Teachers and Teacher Aids). We tuned up the training and we progressed passed the introductory details and got to the core of how to use … Continue reading

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Unclutterer Workspaces

I was intrigued tonight when I googled  the term “manymacs” and discovered the Unclutterer Workspaces on Flicker,  and the question that had been posted to the group caught my eye.  It read quite simply “why so many macs?” http://www.flickr.com/groups/unclutterer/ http://www.flickr.com/groups/unclutterer/discuss/72157601628952419/Continue reading

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Two Ways to Setup and Configure Deploy Studio

Setup and Configure Deploy Studio. This document describes briefly how to install, setup and use Deploy Studio: During the past 5 weeks, we have had two separate opportunities to test and evaluate Apple Mac image deployment methods.  (I will describe … Continue reading

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A brief history of our College Wireless Network solution.

A brief history of our College Wireless Transport. I choose to go with a D-Link Wireless Solution, comprising Access Points and Management Switch, altogether it has been a positive experience,  although I feel that D-Link needs to make the management … Continue reading

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The Journey to a Mac School (or How Mac’s invaded my life).

I thought I would describe how and why we came to be a Mac school, this document has grown, and now appears to be a “How Macs invaded my life”  but the careful reader will observe that the life of … Continue reading

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